Step-up your fundraising this Spring - free workshop

Fundraising isn’t an exact science. It can be hard to predict, with absolute certainty, how a funding target will be achieved or who’s likely to support your cause. And without a robust and dynamic fundraising strategy to guide you, the prospect of delivering exciting new projects or programmes is likely to be that much harder.

The team at Gifted has a proven track record in advising organisations across the Third Sector, on how to implement successful fundraising strategies that boost annual revenue streams and bring sustainable growth. We understand the importance of using the right methodologies, resources and measurement tools - so that your strategy stays focused on results and your organisation's principles remain firmly in tact.

Staying one step ahead of your funding needs

These workshops are designed to take you through the essential ingredients of a fundraising strategy and help you recognise when it’s time to review or change your approach. At the end of the session, you will know what's required to ensure that your fundraising programmes stay one step ahead of your funding needs.

Our directors, Andrew Day, Chris Goldie and Amy Stevens will be leading the sessions and sharing their decades of experience in delivering step-change fundraising plans for arts and heritage projects, educational institutions, cathedrals, hospitals, and national charities. 

The workshops are free of charge and everyone who attends will receive a complimentary copy of our brand new book, Gifted Fundraising. As places are limited, it’s important that you reserve yours without delay to avoid disappointment. 

Workshops are being held at;

LONDON (The Goldsmiths' Centre) - Friday 4 May, 1pm - 5pm

BIRMINGHAM (The Priory Rooms)  - Tuesday 15 May, 1.30pm - 5pm

LEEDS (The Henry Moore Institute) - Wednesday 30 May, 1pm - 5pm

To book a place, please contact

If this workshop isn’t for you, but you’d like to have an informal chat about your organisation and its fundraising needs, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to arrange a no-obligation appointment with one of our directors.


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