Income generation

These in-house workshops are designed to help you increase your fundraising income, raise money effectively and find new sources of funds.

Developing More Sustainable Fundraising Sources

This session will address the basics of developing an individual donor base and an events portfolio, and would therefore be useful for smaller organisations with the desire to develop more sustainable fundraising sources.

Considering a Trading Arm

A voluntary organisation faces certain restrictions on its trading activities.  If an organisation is considering a trading arm, this session will be useful in finding out about the advantages and disadvantages of doing so, the ideal time to do so, as well as the different structures that are available.

Introduction into fundraising

Learning how to source funding, learning funding application techniques and approach small businesses

Fundraising from the Community

In this session, the central principles of fundraising from the community will be looked at, as well as how to develop a holistic management model approach through the use of volunteer networks.

How to Write Fundraising Letters and Proposals

Fundraising letters and proposals are clearly critical in organisational fundraising.  This session will be useful for those that are new at writing, since it will outline various techniques and tips that can be used to write fundraising letters and proposals that are effective in appealing to the assessor.

Developing Fundraising Relationships

Building good relationships with your organisation’s supports is essential for fundraising purposes.  This session will include how to improve these relationships, such as by showing you how to build relationships on and offline and how to develop mutual trust and appreciation to keep you and your supporters happy.

Legacy Fundraising – Being Proactive

A proactive approach to legacy fundraising, which is necessary for an organisation, will be considered in this session by covering legacy funding and how it can benefit

Setting up a Social Enterprise

In this session, the focus will be on how to establish and fund a social enterprise in terms of legal forms.  Setting up as a charity or a not-for-profit, a company limited by guarantee, a community interest company, or as an industrial and provident society will be covered in the session.