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On-line training for Fundraising

Get Grants provides practical support in the form of training, information, and advice that fundraisers with all levels of experience can take away and put into practice.

We share our insights and experience from inside the world of grant funding, setting you on the right path and arming you with the information you need to make the best use of your time and energy spent fundraising.

Whether you are a charity, community group, sports club, or school, Get Grants can help you increase your grant fundraising success.

We have been notified of two on-line training classes now available for registration.

Led by a Get Grants Funding Expert, Our new Online Storytelling for Fundraising Course will support you to effectively tell the story of your organisations, explain your need and tie it to your ask and outcomes, develop and use case studies, and use stories in your evaluation. You will develop your understanding and knowledge of fundraising, learn about practical processes, and learn skills you can put into practice.

Delivered across two 2-hour sessions, this course will be friendly and conversational, with lots of opportunities to ask questions and get input from our Funding Expert.

February/March

  • 1st Session: Thursday 25th February
  • 2nd Session: Thursday 4th March, 9:30am – 11:30am.

Book your place today through Eventbrite.

 

In response to demand from the sector, Get Grants Online Developing a Fundraising Strategy Training Course has been created to give fundraisers the practical skills and knowledge to develop an effective fundraising strategy and increase their organisation’s income and sustainability.

During two 3-hour sessions, a Get Grants Funding Expert will support you to make the most of opportunities available to you and equip you with the knowledge and confidence you need to make the right strategic decisions to maximise your fundraising efforts.

March

  • 1st Session: Monday 22nd March, 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • 2nd Session: Monday 29th March, 10:00am – 1:00pm.

Book your place today through Eventbrite

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