“Can I have some money, please?” is a scary question, however you put it. What does ‘asking nicely’ mean in fundraising and how can you get better at it?

There are plenty of funders out there, but they seem to only fund other people. What is it that makes some projects and ideas stand out from the crowd and make fundraising more successful?

Part-time Funding and Sustainability Officer for Community Theatre Company on Dartmoor

This course gives people from any scale of organisation the tools to make the most out of digital fundraising with minimal time, skills and expertise.

This course will support you to negotiate your organisation’s competing agendas and objectives, to navigate barriers created by other people or departments, to create a fully coordinated approach that will maximise the potential for fundraising.

Unlock your fundraising potential Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy is transforming knowledge, skills and success in fundraising and income generation across the arts, culture and heritage sector. They provide: training and professional development opportunities, special project funding, networks, events and resources….

A creative live events producer, with experience from a variety of backstage and front of house roles, and training as a fundraiser specialising in Patron events. After a number of years spent working in London, I have now relocated to…

Do you have a project you want to get off the ground? Do you need help with finding out which funding scheme is right for you, and how to find it in the first place – and then how to…

Keywords: funding, fundraising

Join Sir Patrick Stewart and Unique Voice at the Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel on 7th June 2018 from 7pm for an evening of dinner, drinks and dancing, all in aid of supporting Bristol’s most vulnerable young people.

Keywords: fundraising

Sooner or later, artists of all stripes need funding to make the work they want to make. Very often they lack the confidence and skills to find it. This session will seek to demystify the world of arts fundraising for…

Risks, Rights and Reputations is a half day course aimed at ensuring arts and cultural organisations have the tools and confidence to handle difficult subjects and sensitive stories to deliver the best possible work. 

I am an arts manager with expertise in project management and fundraising. An alumni Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Fellow, I am now the Regional Coordinator for the AFP programme in the South West. Also Projects and Development Manager at Circomedia.

On 15th and 16th March, Bristol Festivals invites you to attend fundraising training with Owen McNeir, specifically designed for Bristol’s festival and events sector. The aim of this sector specific training is to help you make your organisation more financially resilient in…

IDMN are offering 50 percent off for Theatre Bristol for this Trusts and Foundations workshop – find out more below and book using code THEATREBRISTOL50

#BeATrustee – New one-day intensive Trustee Leadership Training for Arts Fundraisers from Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy

This training will provide you with some insights about what Trusts and Foundations look for in applications and also provide some concrete skills in putting together successful applications for funding. 

I would love to invite you to our fundraising gala evening being held on Friday 23rd March(7:30-12:00. Venue, The West Gate, Bath) for live musical entertainment, food and drink.

This is an exciting opportunity for an efficient and capable Administrator to support the brand new Aerospace Bristol museum.

This workshop offers an overview of funding sources for independent producers, from Arts Council funding to trusts and foundations, lottery funding, local authority funding, match funding and beyond. 

Keywords: funding, fundraising

If you’d like to learn more about lottery funding besides Arts Council funding, then this workshop is for you. Lise Smith will explore each of the Lottery funding bodies, how they work, how to apply for them, and when to…