The Art of Fundraising - A Creative Fundraising Workshop from Creativity Works.

Futures Hub, Roper Building, Bath College, Avon Street, Bath BA1 1UP

01761 438852
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http://www.creativityworks.org.uk/what-we-do/cocreate/

Thursday 06 July 2017
10am - 4pm
Admission Fee: £50
Booking essential
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A full day workshop led by professional fundraiser Jo Byron and Rebecca Swindell, an artist with personal experience of successful fundraising for creative projects.

We are very fortunate to be joined by Ruth Kapadia from Arts Council England who will present her perspective and advice in response to the current climate and Arts Council England's priorities.

The Art of Fundraising will include:

  • researching and identifying funding sources,

  • how to tell your 'story', pitching and writing a fundraising bid.

  • there will also be time to focus on your own project and funding bid.

Suitable for people with ideas for a creative project who want support on where to go to get funding and how to maximise their chances of gaining funding.

 "It was fantastic. It changed my life. I had a complete block about going for funding. The fundraising workshop made such a difference. I'm already using the information and doing a funding bid."

"So grateful for all the expertise shared. I have learnt a great deal and I'm feeling much more confident."

"Feel super motivated. Can't wait to start."

"All of it was brilliant."

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