Bath Fundraisers' Group
The Bath Fundraisers’ Group was established to support and enable inclusive networking and learning amongst those involved in fundraising living and working in and around Bath.
When Covid-19 restrictions allow, the group will meet every two-three months with speakers volunteering their time to share insights, expertise and experience, kindly hosted by local Bath charities.
We aim to:
promote fundraising within the local community
support local fundraisers and help us all to connect, share best practice, learn together and collaborate where possible
encourage people from more diverse backgrounds to get involved in fundraising
provide information and resources for those involved in fundraising within organisations of all shapes and sizes
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Latest update: Bath Fundraisers' Group update - July
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Next Bath Fundraisers’ Group meetings
Fundraising and Communications Network
Thursday 12th August at 11am
Opportunities to network in small groups using breakout rooms.
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