Do you face a daunting task?
Capital appeals and fundraising campaigns to raise large, specific sums of money are not part of the everyday experience of most churches and so they can be daunting.
This one-day workshop – aimed at clergy and lay leaders involved in capital projects – will cover:
What would success look like today?
A framework for a fundraising strategy
Why people give, and how to ask
Developing the case for support
The Fundraising Feasibility Study: its purpose, value, and how it’s done
Making the Ask, and sourcing lead gifts
Implementing the campaign – developing action plans
For more information, please contact Liz Kitch on 01865 208229 or email email@example.com
David Saint, Action Planning Consultancy. David is a member of the Institute of Fundraising (where he was the founder chairman of the Consultants Group), and former Chairman of EU Consult (the European network of consultants to the not-for-profit sector). David is an active member of Cheam Baptist Church, and formerly served for many years as an Elder and latterly Church Secretary of St. Andrews United Reformed Church, Cheam.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking is available on site. There are also bus routes from Oxford Parkway rail station.
What is the cost of the event?
The cost is £25 per person – payable at the time of booking. Licensed clergy may use their CMD grant to cover the cost of their ticket.
Lunch is included – please indicate any particular dietary requirements on the registration page.