Community Fundraising Accelerator Programme
About this course
Accelerate your Community Fundraising knowledge, donor support skills and income generation ability to meet today’s unique challenges. Learn through online group workshops, expert advice and on-demand resources.
The Community Fundraising Accelerator Programme takes place over four weeks and is perfect for small and local charities. During this time you will attend four 2 hour 90min workshops with an experienced community fundraiser, and access to our online on-demand community fundraising resources. By taking part in the programme you will increase your knowledge and skills fast, to meet the unique fundraising challenges we face today.
Next Course: September 2022
Course Delivery: Online Group Workshop and online on-demand resources
Price: £195 (+VAT)
Key Concepts; understanding Community Fundraising
Identifying prospects & opportunities
Groups, including Rotary and Mason's
Schools and University RAG fundraising
Creating your own Community Fundraising event
Using social media effectively
Leah from DonorCare will be delivering this Accelerator course. Recently she was awarded Highly Commended Fundraiser of the Year at the Institute of Fundraising Chilterns 2020 Fundraising Awards.
Leah has eight years of experience working within the not-for-profit sector, working in both Event Management and Community Fundraising. She has a wealth of experience working with both local and small charities, establishing successful Community Fundraising programmes to maximise income and build loyal relationships.
"Although I’ve been in community fundraising for a number of years, this course has allowed me to feel refreshed about community fundraising after a challenging year for the sector. Having opportunities to discuss topics as a group was so inspirational – really made me think about the position of community fundraising within my own organisation and the potential we have as a team!"
Head of Community & Events, Richard House Children’s Hospice
"The course covered a wide range of community funding areas and gave examples of good practice and how this has been applied successfully by charities in the past. What I learned could be immediately applied to my current role. There were 4 participants and Leah had taken the time to tailor the course to the needs, experience and role of each of us. There was a good balance of talk and explanation from Leah with questions and contributions from us and we were all encouraged to communicate and learn from each other and share examples of our work."
Crossroads Care Surrey
Parity for Disability
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