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Fairfield House

Developing a Fundraising Strategy

Our popular one-day course will walk you through our tried-and-tested framework for developing a fundraising strategy and making difficult strategic decisions.

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Developing a Fundraising Strategy
Developing a Fundraising Strategy

Time & Location

30 Jun 2022, 10:00 – 16:30 BST

Fairfield House, 2 Kelston Rd, Bath BA1 3QJ, UK

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About the Event

This event is part of the BaNES Social Enterprise Programme of events. It's free and open to all, however spaces are limited.

This workshop is being run by 3SG in partnership with Lime Green Consulting, that have over 15 years experience of in helping ambitious charities and social enterprises to be more strategic, become more sustainable and access more funding.

Course Summary

Our popular one-day course will walk you through our tried-and-tested framework for developing a fundraising strategy and making difficult strategic decisions. We'll show you how to analyse your current fundraising performance and funding needs, explore your strategic position using our 'Enhanced SWOT analysis', and identify and prioritise different fundraising audiences. We'll then explain how to scope out a range of fundraising activities and accurately identify how best to resource them and forecast the financial return. We'll also cover how to set up your organisation for long-term success, looking at marketing assets, performance management and organisational culture.

Directions

The event is taking place at Fairfield House. The address is: 2 Kelston Rd, Bath BA1 3QJ, UK and access is via Partis Way with free parking available. Accessible toilets and a lift is available at the venue. Parking is limited so please only drive if you have no other alternative.

If you have any accessibility or dietary requirements, please email: contact@3sg.org.uk

Bath and North East Somerset Social Entrepreneurs Programme is led by the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) in partnership with 3SG. It is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund, which is managed by the West of England Combined Authority within the Bath and North East Somerset region.

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