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Free Training From City of Sydney - Grant Submission Training - 31 October 2019


Grant submission training

Thursday 31 October

 

10am–4am

 

Redfern Town Hall
73 Pitt St
Redfern NSW 2016

 

If you’re responsible for fundraising in your organisation and want to improve your knowledge and skills in writing successful grant submissions, this is the training for you. This training provides a rundown of all 6 areas of fundraising: grants, events, membership, sales, donations and sponsorship. You'll learn the secrets to secure funds more easily and win more grants for your community organisation.

 

Topics include:

  • how to plan for funding
  • how to ask for money – learn how to successfully ask for money using a range of mediums
  • how to raise secure, unattached and predictable income – untied money to use for your group’s own priorities and decisions
  • how to run great events – eliminate loss-making, energy-sapping events for good
  • how to rally the troops – instilling a fundraising culture in your organisation
  • how to get business to support your community group – the secrets to successful, and profitable, community-business partnerships
  • how to ensure sponsors get what they expect
  • the best way to present your proposal – tell the story of your project and your group to get the greatest advantage
  • planning for grants in a practical and easy process
  • how to develop your statement of need – choosing data to support your project proposal
  • how to develop an organisational template – save time in writing applications and create a corporate memory that can be passed on
  • how to humanise your story – presenting a compelling picture.

 


Places are limited to 2 people per organisation and priority is given to community and not for profit organisations operating in our area.

This session will be delivered by Our Community.




City of Sydney town hallConnect Sydney is a City of Sydney program aiming to build the capacity of community organisations through free skills and governance training. The program also provides an opportunity to network and share experiences with other community organisations.