Getting funding for good causes and social projects is a challenge.
That’s why we’ve created this practical event. On it, we’ll cover insider tips and strategies to secure and maintain funding so you can keep delivering social projects with impact.
Cost: FREE to ANTZ partners; £195 for non-partners.
This event is for:
Organisations requiring funding for social projects, including NGOs, charities, 3rd sector, CICs and more.
The day will cover practical tips you can use in bid writing, criteria you’ll be expected to meet, places to go to for funding, strategies to apply, who to go to for help and how to keep the funds coming in.
By attending you will be able to:
• Identify new avenues of funding
• Secure more wins through our insider tips to writing successful bids
• Build strategies to create ongoing, sustainable funding
• Come away with an outline plan of action
• Better measure results and impact for funders
Wil Woan | Wil Woan Consultancy
With twelve years of experience working for the Big Lottery Fund, Wil set up his own consultancy in 2015. He provides hands-on training and guidance for public, private, voluntary and community sector organisations to help them secure grant funding for projects.
Ameena Ahmed | Direct-Path Consulting Ltd
Direct-Path helps build sustainable enterprises that have a far-reaching impact on communities and individuals. With her 20 years experience, Ameena brings excellent strategic insights, project management and impact evaluation techniques.
Anne Woolhouse | Resonance Ltd
Anne is the Investment Manager for the Resonance North West SITR Fund which provides unsecured loans to social enterprises that are working to dismantle poverty and disadvantage across the North West.
Tekla Szerszynska | GMCVO
Tekla is an Investment Officer for GMCVO’s Social Investment fund. This provides blended finance to social enterprises and trading charities in Greater Manchester.
A light lunch & refreshments will be served.
We regret that places are limited. However, we will run a further event on 7 April 2020.