Writing Funding Bids – the Dos and Don’ts of Successful Funding
Suitable for: All Places of Worship, Fundraising Committees, Parishioners, Church Community, Volunteers, Clergy
Notes: For further queries contact Owen Collins, Development Manager by phone on 077985 38736
Understanding and meeting the expectations of funders can appear daunting. This online training event therefore aims to demystify the process of applying for support for projects in the place of worship sector. The session will help enable volunteers and employees to improve their application writing skills by explaining what information needs to be provided to funders.
This informal event will look at projects from first principles to submitted documents. The session will introduce some of the tools and techniques needed to plan, write and present a funding application. Drawing on his time working for the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Owen will discuss what makes a “good” project bid. Explaining an outcomes-based approach to assessment, Owen will also explore some of the “dos” and “don’ts” of the fundraising world.
Key Learning Objectives
- Developing confidence in planning, writing and presenting applications
- Understanding basic building blocks of project development and how this links to funding
- Identifying some key factors likely to increase funding success
- Understanding an outcomes-based assessment model
Joining: Use these links to join the event. Session up to 90 minutes.
Delivered by: Owen Collins, Development Manager, Archdiocese of Cardiff.
Registration: Please email Gareth Simpson firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02920 379483 We will need your name, email address, contact telephone and organisation/denomination/place of worship for context. We will forward a meeting link nearer the event.
Please let us know if you cannot attend so we can offer your place to another.