Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage is launching a brand new series of training workshops with the first event taking place on 27th June in Edinburgh.
This series of events includes materials and topics covered in our two main training events ‘Fundraising: Make it Happen’ and ‘Fundraising: Planning to Progress’. If you don’t have time to attend a full day of training these two-hour sessions are perfect for you.
The first three events are taking place as follows:
‘The Seven Steps of Fundraising’ (Edinburgh)
Monday 27th June, 5pm to 7pm
This workshop will take you through the fundraising process, focusing on the basic principles of raising money from private sources including Charitable Trusts, Businesses and Individuals.
‘How to Develop a Fundraising Case for Support’ (Glasgow)
Wednesday 6th July, 2pm to 4pm
This workshop will provide you will an overview on how to develop an effective fundraising case for support.
‘Sustainability: Where will you be in five years’ time?’ (Edinburgh)
Wednesday 13th July, 4pm – 6pm
This participatory workshop will examine the issues around creating sustainable programmes and a sustainable fundraising plan to support your organisation in the longer term.
The cost for these workshops is just £15 or £30 + VAT (depending on the turnover of your organisation). Travel bursaries are also available to cover the cost of your transport.
Please do forward this information on to your contacts if you feel they would be interested in the workshops.
They will be delivering a workshop on why a fundraising strategy is important, the first session will take place in September, further details to follow.
They can also deliver these workshops to group/organisation as a whole – please contact Louise Downing, Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage, Project Manager. for further information. (email@example.com )
Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage is a partnership project led by Arts & Business Scotland with Archaeology Scotland, Built Environment Forum Scotland, greenspace scotland and Museums Galleries Scotland and it is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.