Charities may be missing out on an estimated £80m in donations each year by only accepting cash donations, payments business Barclaycard…
Everyone you work with has an impact on your organisation and beneficiaries. DSC is working together with IoF North West and bringing you 15 practical and inspiring sessions, to help you work together with others.
15 workshop sessions covering…
…Marketing and promotion, fundraising and managing yourself and others.
A conversation with Debra Allcock Tyler about women and leadership
10 fundraising gaffs and how to avoid them
Writing for impact – get it read not binned
Learn to love change
Love your donors to death
Make colleagues friends of fundraising
Big marketing ideas for small organisations
The pleasure and pain of working with people
Attracting Major Donors: from pipeline to principal gifts
Digital email campaigns – what does success look like?
Making social media work for you
Diversifying your income stream
Presentations with punch
Wirral waste company B&M Waste Services is assisting children’s charity Stick ‘n’ Step with a pledge of £4,000.
The first step to Invest for Impact is asking you to register your interest by completing a short form. We’ll take you through a few simple questions that we need to assess how we can help you. Invest for Impact’s social investment can be in the form of a loan, or as a blend of loan and grant, and is only available in the North West, consisting of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside.
Please have the following information ready before you start:
Registered name of your organisation and company number
Legal form of your organisation
Charity number (if applicable)
A bit about what you do and where you operate
How much money you want and what you want to use it for
Once you’ve completed the form and pressed the ‘Submit’ button, one of the team will be in touch within five working days to discuss next steps with you.
Changemaker is a fund to help social enterprises, small charities and community groups to deliver projects in the UK that create innovative solutions to improve communities.
Santander has £200,000 to support Changemakers who turn to the Crowd to make great ideas happen.
The Changemaker Fund has been created to support projects that help disadvantaged people to have confidence in the future by building skills and knowledge or innovative ideas that help communities prosper.
If you have a project which the Crowd support we’ll provide the final 50% to help you reach your target, up to £10,000.
The next 8 Week Mindfulness Programme is starting on 7th March. Do give me a shout if you have any…