Sources of Funding for Charities and Social Enterprises will provide you with the knowledge that you need to successfully fund your organisation.
What you’ll learn from this workshop
Sources of Funding for Charities and Social Enterprises is a practical workshop which will give you an insight into the mindset of the people who make funding decisions and what makes them tick. A panel of speakers will give you the top tips that you need to win new funding for your organisation.
- You will discover how you can generate diverse income streams from a variety of sources; grant-making organisations, major donors, philanthropists and corporate funders.
- We will show how you can find new funding opportunities and how to make the contacts that you need. You will feel more confident that you understand the range of funding available to your organisation.
- You will leave the workshop with an understanding of the different income sources available to you, insight into what a range of funders are looking for and an action plan to develop new income streams.
Who you will hear from
Each workshop will include speakers from some of the leading organisations that provide funding to the sector. Speakers have previously included:
- Trust for London
- Charities Aid Foundation
- Big Issue Invest
- Social Investment Business
- Esmee Fairbarn
- The Funding Network
— Future Foundry (@Future_Foundry) June 11, 2015
@SchSocEnt thanks for a great sources of funding session today. Fired up with loads of ideas!
— Hannah Chapman (@chapling) September 17, 2014
Here’s an example timetable of what you can expect on the day:
|Welcome and introductions|
The ‘funding spectrum’.
We’ll provide an overview of the different income streams available to your organisation and discuss the pros and cons of each one.
A panel of funders will provide insight into how your organisation can access funding from them. We’ll look at the best way to make contact with the funder, how your organisation can stand out from the rest and how to maintain an ongoing relationship.
You will have the opportunity to question each of the funders and to find out more about how your organisation can engage with them.
|Case study: Earning ‘traded income’ – Alastair Wilson, The School for Social Entrepreneurs|
|Case study: Crowdfunding – Teresa Burton, Buzzbnk|
We’ll discuss what you have learned during the day and how to ensure that you put it into action.
Who should attend
No previous experience is necessary to to attend this course; it is suitable for staff at all levels keen to explore new sources of income for their organisation. Participants have included:
- Business Partnerships Manager, NCS Trust
- Business Development Manager, Lifeline
- Executive Director, OXPIP
- External Funding Manager, Borough of Poole
- Head of Development, Age UK
- Social Economy Development Officer, Caerphilly Council
- Business Development Manager, Mind
- Community Organiser, Movement for Change
- Governance Manager, London Borough of Islington
- Managing Director, Schools of Tomorrow
If you aren’t sure that the course is right for you give us a call on 020 7089 9120 and we can discuss it with you in more detail.
The course takes place from 10:30am – 4:30pm at our offices in The Fire Station, 139 Tooley St, London Bridge:
For this one-day workshop, access to our speakers plus all course materials you pay:
|Organisational turnover £1m +||£149|
|Organisational turnover £500,000 – £1m||£129|
|Organisation turnover £100,000 – £499,999||£109|
|Organisational turnover less than £100,000||£79|
How to book
First, select the date you wish to attend below. You will be asked for your name, email address and telephone number. Once you have entered these, select your price category and click ‘proceed to payment’.
You will be given the option to pay immediately online with a credit or debit card (make sure you have one to hand!), or you can select ‘pay by invoice’ and our finance team will be in touch with an invoice.
If you have any questions about or issues with the booking process please contact SSE’s Sales and Marketing Manager David McGlashan on 020 7089 9120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.