Winter Webinars | Register now

Following on from our series of summer webinars, you can now register for any of our free winter webinar sessions.

Winter Webinars Available After Summer Series


Following on from our series of summer webinar, you can now register for any of our free winter webinar sessions.

Webinar 1 | Recovery and Resilience | Tuesday 17 November, 2pm-3pm

After a period of unprecedented change, our Directors give their advice on what you can do to keep your fundraising on track and make sure that you’re equipped to thrive during a time of uncertainty. Using current examples and client case studies, they'll also talk you through the benefits of undertaking a short, sharp Recovery Audit and when appropriate, investing in a more comprehensive Fundraising Strategy Review. The aim is to give you the confidence and capacity to face the next set of development challenges with the tools you need to succeed.
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Webinar 2 | Grant Funding - the State of Play | Wednesday 20 January, 2pm-3pm

Recent months have triggered big changes in the UK grant funding landscape. In this session, our Directors examine the impact on grant-making organisations and what this means for charities across the Third Sector. They will also be identifying new opportunities for securing grants from leading funders like the National Lottery, through to smaller trusts and foundations.
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Webinar 3 | Getting Back to Asking | Tuesday 9 March, 2pm-3pm

If you're wondering how to begin making those critical asks again as we emerge from Covid-19, you're not alone. In this session, our Directors will be sharing their thoughts on how best to kick start the asking process and find creative ways of engaging your supporters. They'll be exploring how the pandemic has affected major giving trends and offering insights into what you can do to capitalise on these. So, whether you're looking to be inspired, to rebuild your confidence or to learn more about the five steps to successful asking, we'd love you to be part of the discussion.
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