1.5 Hour Webinars (Webinar90)

July 2017 to December 2017

The Webinar90 Series are launched approximately 4 weeks prior to the LIVE DATE

28th September 2017

Statutory Commissioning: 9.30 am to 11.00 am, Trainer Amber Shotton: Both central and local government have moved away from a traditional grant-making approach to commissioning services from the third sector. This workshop is designed to help you identify statutory commissioned opportunities and consider best practice principles and methods when developing a bid. Click this link to BOOK THIS WEBINAR

Legacy Fundraising, 12.00 pm to 1.30 pm, Trainer Alex Hayes: Legacies provide around £1.9 billion income for charities every year and should be considered within any charity’s funding mix. This workshop will help you to develop appropriate and effective communications related to legacy giving. Click this link to BOOK THIS WEBINAR

Developing Corporate Relationships: 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm, Trainer Amber Shotton: With £1.8 billion total from private sector moving to the voluntary sector, corporate fundraising has many opportunities for the charity sector. This workshop has been designed to help you and your charity understand the opportunities for engaging and working with companies. Click this link to BOOK THIS WEBINAR

On booking you will pay a deposit of £15 per delegate place.  £10 of this will be refunded to you after you have attended the webinar in full and completed the surveys. Deposits will not be returned in cases of partial attendance or incomplete survey responses.  We will refund the deposit, retaining £5 which contributes to deposit and refund processing and administration costs.


17th October 2017 (Launch date mid-October)

Fundraising from Trusts & Foundations, 9.30 pm to 11.00 pm, Trainer Amber Shotton: With an estimated 9,000 independent trusts and foundations in the UK giving £2 billion in grants each year they are a prime source of funding for your charity. This workshop will help you to enhance your trust funding application, using appropriate language and adhering to best practice principles and methods.

Community & Events Fundraising, 12.00 pm to 1.30 pm, Trainer Conchita Garcia: Community and Events fundraising can be a great way to involve lots of different people in your charity’s fundraising. The workshop will provide you with ideas of potential sources of income from their local communities as well as provide you with a range of tools to support your successful fundraising.

Demonstrating Your Impact, 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm, Trainer Amber Shotton: Effectively demonstrating your impact to your key stakeholders such as donors, grant makers, partners, trustees, media and staff is essential for securing ongoing support for your work. This workshop was designed to help you communicate your impact with stakeholders.

On booking you will pay a deposit of £15 per delegate place.  £10 of this will be refunded to you after you have attended the webinar in full and completed the surveys. Deposits will not be returned in cases of partial attendance or incomplete survey responses.  We will refund the deposit, retaining £5 which contributes to deposit and refund processing and administration costs.


13th December 2017 (Launch date early December)

Community & Events Fundraising, 9.30 am to 11.00 am, Trainer Linda Pawlowski: Community and Events fundraising can be a great way to involve lots of different people in your charity’s fundraising. The workshop will provide you with ideas of potential sources of income from their local communities as well as provide with a range of tools to support your successful fundraising.

Major Donor Fundraising, 12.00 pm to 1.30 pm, Trainer Linda Pawlowski: A major gift is designated as one that is significant to the charity receiving it, so for a small charity a major gift may start at £100. This workshop is designed to help you develop the skills and confidence to approach this group of donors.

Supporting and Managing Volunteers, 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm, Trainer Linda Pawlowski: For many small charities, volunteers are at the heart of the valuable work that they do but recruiting and managing them can be a challenge, both for the charity and for the volunteer. This workshop will help you to develop effective strategies to recruit new volunteers, and retain, value and motivate existing volunteers.

On booking you will pay a deposit of £15 per delegate place.  £10 of this will be refunded to you after you have attended the webinar in full and completed the surveys. Deposits will not be returned in cases of partial attendance or incomplete survey responses.  We will refund the deposit, retaining £5 which contributes to deposit and refund processing and administration costs.