Training in Leeds: 4th April 2019
Our next Leeds training event will offer over 80 delegate training places so that all small charities, can access the skills they need to become self sustaining. This training day is part of the Small Local Charities and Community Groups Training Programme.
- Venue: St George’s Conference Centre, Great George Street, Leeds, LS1 3DL
- Time: 9.45 – 4.30 (registration from 09.15)
Interested in sponsoring this event, or having this training delivered in-house? Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7324 4777 for more information.
THURSDAY 4th April 2019
Fundraising from Trusts & Foundations (Full Day)
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. However, it is absolutely vital that you properly prepare your applications, undertake research and develop tailored proposals that meet their specific criteria. Read more on the Course Content section when you book using the Book Now Button.
Developing Your Fundraising Strategy (Full Day)
A comprehensive and effective fundraising strategy is at the core of sustainability for any charity. Taking a strategic approach to fundraising will help ensure that your charity has a mixed income approach which focuses energy and resources to those fundraising areas that will bring maximum return, both in the short-term and long-term. It will also help you to ensure that your fundraising efforts support your charity to fulfill its mission, vision and objectives rather than detract from the valuable work that you do. Read more on the Course Content section when you book using the Book Now Button.
Charity Leaders: Fundraising (AM Half Day)
One of the key strategic responsibilities of the Trustee Board is to ensure that the charity has sufficient resources to pursue its aims and objectives. This responsibility requires Trustees to take an active interest in fund development. This workshop will cover the key areas that Trustees should be focussing on to discharge their responsibility. Read more on the Course Content section when you book using the Book Now Button.
Charity Leaders: Risk Management (PM Half Day)
Charity trustees are responsible for ensuring that risks to the charity are regularly reviewed and that they focus their attention on taking actions to address the most serious risks to the charity. As a delegated role, senior staff (or those working directly to deliver services) should regularly review and assess the risks faced by their charity in all areas of its work and plan for the management of those risks. Risk is an everyday part of charitable activity and managing it effectively is essential if the charity is to achieve its key objectives and ensure the funds and assets are safeguarded. Read more on the Course Content section when you book using the Book Now Button.