The experience of planning and preparing a successful application to Big Lottery Fund Awards for All tests different skills and can help you become a better bid writer!
In this workshop we will explore and discuss the Awards for All guidance and application form and work through the essential elements in preparing a strong bid.
By the end of the workshop you will:
Understand key words (jargon) in the Awards for All guidance document.
- Understand how to demonstrate why your project is needed.
- Know what evidence you will need to collect to support your application.
- Be able to convey the difference your project will make.
- Prepare and present a convincing budget.
- Be able to write an application that tells a concise and attractive ‘story’.
This participative workshop is aimed at volunteers, staff and trustees who are either new to Big Lottery funding applications or have previously applied and been unsuccessful. The course price includes refreshments and a training pack to take away.
The training will be delivered by Nina Muir, Support & Development Officer at Harrogate & Ripon CVS. Nina is a qualified trainer and has extensive experience of supporting and writing successful grant funding applications to Big Lottery Awards for All.
“Bid writing is an entirely new skill for me. I am delighted to report we have received significant funds from Awards for All” - Previous course participant.
If you have any questions about booking or would like to request an invoice please contact email@example.com or telephone 01423 504074.
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Harrogate & Ripon Centres for Voluntary Service
Harrogate & Ripon Centres for Voluntary Service is registered charity specialising in providing support for staff and volunteers working in the Voluntary Sector.
Our courses cover a wide range of topics including: fundraising, governance and volunteer management and attract attendees from across the UK.
All our trainers are PTTLS qualified and have extensive experience of delivering training for both the voluntary and statutory sectors.