Writing : Advanced
makes for a more fundable project. How to find new ideas
for fundable projects. Developing new techniques that
can have a wider impact. Can you criticise the
establishment whilst asking for money. Knowing and
managing your online profile. What pressures are funders'
staff under. Handling multiple funding sources.
in partnership with others. How rich people make their
money and what they like to fund. How to demonstrate
that you will be able to pay running costs for new
buildings. Use Freedom of Information laws to obtain
statistics and generate fresh evidence. Use e-mail
marketing to build up volunteers and donors even for
brand new projects before you apply.
attendee will receive a full set of notes and copies of
eight real successful funding bids by e-mail after the
volunteers, board members or trustees of charities,
schools, associations or not for profit organisations
who are about to submit grant funding applications to
grant making trusts and foundations.
It is assumed that you
already know the basic bid writing skills of good
preparation, eligibility checking, clear writing and
adequate proof reading. If you do not you should attend
The Basics workshop first. Around half of all attendees
attend both The Basics and Advanced workshops on the
same day but there is no discount for attending both.
The workshop will be run
by Ian Benson.
provided. No VAT. No booking fees.
All places must be booked
using a debit or credit card through the online booking
system. We do not issue invoices or accept bank or
cheque payments. If you do not have a debit card from
your organisation please use a personal one and claim
reimbursement using the booking confirmation e-mail as
proof of purchase.
Workshop bookings are non
cancellable, non refundable and non transferable between
dates. If you are unable to attend on the date booked
you may send someone else in your place.
If you have a question about
the workshops please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
and you will usually receive a response within 24 hours.