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How to Write a Good Funding Application

Join us for the second workshop with our Sector Development Team to learn how to write a good funding application! Hybrid event.

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How to Write a Good Funding Application
How to Write a Good Funding Application

Time & Location

20 Apr 2023, 17:30 – 19:30

Saint Paul's, The Coach house, 2 Upper York St, St Paul's, Bristol BS2 8QN, UK

About the Event

Join us for the second workshop organised by the Sector Development Team at BSWN to discuss and discover practical solutions for you to write good funding applications.

This workshop is the second in a series of monthly workshops to support you and your organisation/community group to become more sustainable and work more efficiently. We have changed the order of the workshops we were planning to respond to your needs better. 

So, this second workshop is about How to write good funding applications. We will explore practical steps that you need to think about before applying for funding and will demystify the application process. We will also go through the different steps you need to go through to write a good funding application. At the end of this workshop, you will get a better understanding of what the funders expect and a lot of good tips to increase your success rate when applying for funding.

This is a hybrid session that will be held in the BSWN Social Enterprise Incubator and also online, our incubator is located on the first floor in the Coach House, St Paul's.

Who is this event for?

This event is for anybody who is leading either a Black and Minoritised charity, CIO or a CIC across the South West.

What will be covered?

  • Planning a funding application
  • Demystifying the funding application process
  • Top tips to write a good funding application
  • Writing a letter of application
  • Your practical questions and answers

Who will we hear from?

Nathalie Sherring, our Regional Capacity Building Manager will be leading the workshop. Nathalie managed Dorset Race Equality Council (charity) for 7 years + and has worked in and with the VCSE sector most of her working life.

What else do I need to know?

Other topics for further workshops will be: Business planning, Choosing the right legal structure, Team Building, Effective leadership, Construct and develop your board, Communication Strategy, Measure your value, Fundraising strategy. Please let Nathalie know if there is another topic you would like to see covered.

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