14 November 2023 | 10 pm – 3.30 pm
Delivered through the medium of English
This webinar will be delivered using Zoom.
The world is changing. Costs are increasing while grant opportunities are decreasing. This learning will support you to look at a diverse range of income stream to future-proof your organisation.
In this session you will be guided through effective methods for grant writing, tender writing, income generation and digital donations by experienced fundraisers.
In the session, you will also receive a specific training session on digital fundraising from Givey (Joint-best by Charity Digital for money given to charities 4 years in the running); according to the Charity Digital Skills Report 2023, almost two thirds (59%) of small charities want to improve their online fundraising, a significant increase from 49% last year. The report also found that more than half (55%) of small charities say they are poor at digital fundraising, an increase on 49% last year. This suggests that there is a growing need for small charities to improve their digital fundraising skills.
- Essential hints and tips for writing grant applications
- Identifying ideas for income generation
- An introduction to tendering (sub-contracting)
- An introduction to digital donations
- The latest trends in digital fundraising
- How to create effective digital fundraising campaigns
- How to measure the success of your digital fundraising efforts
- How to choose the right online giving platform(s) and tools
This free programme is funded through our Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and is specifically for voluntary Heritage* organisations in Wales / organisations running a heritage project.
*Heritage can be defined as:
- Community Heritage – e.g. a project focusing on a local area to improve/restore/interpret the natural or built environment
- Cultures and Memories – e.g. celebrating diverse cultures through the arts/oral history projects
- Landscapes and Natural Heritage – e.g. promoting nature/biodiversity
- Historic Buildings and Monuments
- Industrial, Maritime and Transport
- Museums, Libraries and Archives
Who this course is for?
This programme is appropriate for all levels of people involved in heritage organisations.
Places are limited to one person/organisation
WCVA is delivering this programme in partnership with Cwmpas.
This training session is now fully booked.
About the trainers
Paul Stepczak is the Business Growth Consultant for Cwmpas, working in the Start Something Good® team, and coordinating the organisation’s grants and tender applications. Paul has 18 years’ experience in the third sector as a funding applicant and a provider. Start Something Good® by Cwmpas offers hackathons events to develop fresh ideas, as well as short workshops, learning days, facilitation and coaching.
Neil Mehta is the founder and CEO of Givey. Neil is passionate in supporting small charities & local communities globally.
Gemma Harbias is the Project Manager at Givey and is highly passionate about making a difference for good causes.