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Finding the Funds (in-person training)(fully booked)

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This training session is now fully booked, but it is repeated on other dates. This free training workshop will increase awareness of the range of funding sources available for community activities, look at how to complete a funding application, and help your group to plan ahead. This workshop will take place in-person at Jackson Hall.

“Finding the Funds” is aimed at staff, volunteers or trustees of voluntary and community groups who are relatively new or who have little fundraising experience. It will be most relevant for small groups or projects looking for funding up to £10,000.

This training workshop will increase awareness of the range of funding sources available, look at how to complete a funding application, and help your group to plan ahead.

The cost of this training is FREE for up to 2 representatives of a voluntary/community organisation in East Sussex, as it has been subsidised by the Foreshore Trust and East Sussex County Council. However there is a £50 penalty charge for any unexplained absence.

The same training session is repeated on Mon 25 March online

When
Mar 21, 2024 from  9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location
Jackson Hall
Portland Place
Hastings, TN34 1QN
United Kingdom
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Contact
Phone: 01424 444010

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• To use the risk assessment cycle
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FOCUS FOR DISCUSSION
>Collaboration
>Shared Themes
>Joined Up Approach For Men's Health And Wellbeing
>Identify How A Collaborative Approach Could Attract Funding
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