Writing Effective Funding Proposals
1st Sep 2015 09:45 – 16:00
LiFE Framework: Leadership
, Learning and Teaching
, Business and Industry Interface
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This interactive and participatory workshop will help participants to make more effective approaches to funders.
During the day we will examine:
What you need to have in place before you start putting pen to paper
What makes a good project for you and for the funder
Why funders give
The key elements of an effective proposal
Finding your funders – tips on research and resources
At the end of the day:
You will have a better understanding of the funding landscape in Scotland
You will be aware of what funders expect you to have in place before you approach them
You will feel more confident in putting together an effective application
Your knowledge on researching funders will be increased
Participants are encouraged to bring along projects and work they are looking to fund along with budgets and costings if available.
The session will start at 10am, with registration and refreshments available from 9.45am.
Places for this session are strictly limited, and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Reserve your place now using the booking link below.
About the Trainer:
Pam Judson is an experienced trainer and consultant who works with a wide range of organisations across the voluntary sector. Over the past 24 years she has consulted with management committees, individuals and staff to strengthen their fundraising capacity through training, strategic planning, proposal writing and research.
Pam is currently a trustee for two large Scottish grant-making trusts and has assessed a wide range of applications for several funders in Scotland. She is a member of The Institute of Fundraising, The Scottish Environmental Fundraisers Forum and the Management Development Network Scotland.
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If you cannot make this date but would be interested in future sessions please email email@example.com to be kept informed of future opportunities.