Improving Your Trust Fundraising

Thu Jun 13 2019 at 10:00 am to 04:30 pm
Capital One, 10th Floor, White Collar Factory, London, United Kingdom

Capital One, 10th Floor, White Collar Factory, London, United Kingdom

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Small Charities Coalition
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Trust Fundraising

Charitable Trusts and Foundations can be an important source of income to charities. Equally, it is an area where people can feel somewhat daunted/unsure about whether they are doing the right thing

This one day intermediate course will look at how to take the next steps with your Trust Fundraising - helping attendees assess their current strategies, identify whether they are making the common mistakes of more experienced Trust fundraisers and learn new tools and techniques to enhance their fundraising abilities.



Content:



Project management issues for Trust fundraisers



Research: research in depth when it’s needed; impact of using inadequate research resources; using a research volunteer; using the phone



Gaining clarity to judgement calls: who to approach and their chance of giving



Writing: Tweaking applications fully for different funders; writing clearly; write more engagingly; better story-telling



Working well with Services and senior management



Problem solving when it all goes wrong on the project



GDPR and Trusts



Strategy: what to fundraise for; setting targets for projects and for the year; making the best use of your time



How to deal with stagnation; how to keep growing



Anything else participants want covered (please say when booking, we’ll try and fit it in)



Level: The course will be aimed at those with over a year's experience of Trust fundraising, who are looking to develop their strategies and techniques.

A more introductory course, looking at the basics of Trust fundraising, is taking place on the 18th April. Find out more and book your place here.

Previous attendees have described the course as:



"In depth, thorough, fun, friendly, inclusive, encouraging, well prepared, experienced trainers, interesting, thought provoking"



"Informative and inspiring"




Trainer Bio: Jonathan Ashton


Jonathan Ashton has worked in grants fundraising and tendering for over 25 years. This has included working with 12 charities, each with an annual income of below £1 million, to raise many millions of pounds.

 He has assessed for five different grant-making Trusts, mentored over a dozen grants fundraisers and has run several group training courses for charities.

Arrival:We ask that all attendees arrive 15 minutes before the workshop starts to allow for registration and ensure a timely start and the smooth running of the workshop. Please bring a form of photo ID, and ask for Marta Torner at Reception. Catering:Tea and coffee will be provided throughout the day, however lunch will not be provided. 

Booking:You must be a member of Small Charities Coalition in order to attend this workshop. If you aren't already you can register for free here.

Accessibility:We want to make sure all of our workshops meet your needs, so if you have any questions about accessibility please email: events | smallcharities ! org ! uk.

Waitlist:If the places have all been filled please do add your details to the waitlist and we will let you know as soon as a place becomes available.

Cancellations and Refunds:If you cancel your place at least 3 full working days before the event takes place then you are entitled to a full refund by request. Refunds for cancellations after this point are given at the discretion of Small Charities Coalition.If you cannot make a workshop please advise us as soon as possible. Workshops normally have a waitlist and if you notify us early enough then there's a good chance another charity can attend in your place.
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Created By:
Small Charities Coalition
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