Dorset Community Action and East Dorset District Council are pleased to provide local organisations the opportunity to meet and build relationships with funders and support organisations. This event will provide funding support and information to help maximise the potential to get your great idea funded.
We are pleased to confirm workshops from the following:- The Big Lottery, Talbot Village Trust, Heritage Lottery Fund and CrowfunderUK.
We have also confirmed the following exhibitors:- Bournemouth Airport Community Fund, Lloyds Bank Foundation, In Kind Direct, Dorset Community Action, Dorset Volunteer Centre, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (Sustainable Development Fund), Locality, Safer Dorset, Bluebird Care, Knowlton Community Fund, Dorset Community Foundation, Tesco Bags of Help Award, Leader, LiveWell, Wimborne and Ferndown Lions, East Dorset Councillors Ward Budgets and Dorset County Council.
Date: 17th November 2016 9.30am registration for 9.45 am start - 4.00pm close. (lunch break 1.15pm-2.00pm)
Venue: Community Learning and Resource Centre, Wimborne BH21 1EA
Cost: £20 pp for voluntary and community groups, £30 pp for statutory groups
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Please book early to avoid disappointment. To enable as many organisations as possible to benefit, places will be limited to two per organisation.
The agenda for the day can be downloaded by clicking here.
We are also running a 2 hour bite sized training course on 2nd November 2016 "Getting Ready for the Funding Fair" (full details on our website). This is aimed at voluntary and community groups and will assist you to prepare and present the key points about your project or organisation in order to attract funding and support. Please go to our website for more information and for a link to book. www.dorsetcommunityaction.org.uk
For further information:- please contact us on 01202 847605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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These sessions are funded by British Gas Energy Trust and delivered by Dorset Mental Health Forum.