Getting Strategic About Funding

Free workshop for food providers

Thursday 23 February 2pm to 4pm on Zoom

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Learn more about thinking strategically about fundraising and discover practical advice for funding applications

The Interfaith Food Justice Network invites you to an afternoon of practical advice and support around fundraising.

The funding climate is difficult to navigate and often competitive. With limited funding pots available, many organisations are looking to alternative fundraising solutions. Creating a fundraising plan from multiple income streams can help financial stability, but you may be left wondering: where do I start? What can I do instead of relying on traditional funding applications? How can I think strategically about income generation?

When it comes to accessing funding pots, you may be wondering how you can best present your case, or what funders are really looking for.

This event is here to offer support!

It will be an opportunity to hear from guest speakers on the topic of funding; ask questions of them, and of each other; to explore alternative fundraising for financial stability; and to learn how to identify key areas of your work and elevate your applications.

If you have any questions you would like to be discussed specifically during the event, you can send these in advance to Katie: katie.sproull@interfaithglasgow.org

Speakers:

June Burgess, Funding Officer for Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector (GCVS)

Learn about how to think more strategically about income generation and how to develop a fundraising plan that will promote financial sustainability. Find out about GCVS’ free fundraising resources and support.

Irina Martin, Project Officer for Nourish Scotland

How can organisations identify and interact with key projects that are appealing to funders? Find out about Nourish Scotland’s Dignity in Practice Project and how using a dignified approach to food and service provision, and attending training sessions can boost fundability.

Allan Ramsay, Community Development Worker for Faith in Community Scotland (FiCS)

Faith in Community Scotland have a long history of supporting local groups to gain access to funding, providing tips for the application process. Many Interfaith Food Justice Network groups have accessed this help already, and here you can learn how FiCS can help you.

 

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