Fundraising Post-COVID: Practical Workshop 3pm - 5pm Wed 8 Dec online

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Skillshare session with Phyllis Martin, TrufflePig Fundraising: Tips and Guidance for successful community led climate action bids

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Effective Community Led Climate Action needs properly resourced - people, premises and outreach events.

What can be learnt from responses to the Pandemic to frame effective bids for tackling the Climate Emergency?

NEW TIME 3pm - 5pm Wednesday 8 December Online - so that people can also attend the Scot Gov Briefing 2-3pm on the £10m Investing in Communities funding - successor to Climate Challenge Fund ... + four other funds ;-(.


TIMETABLE: Starting with Phyllis Martin's overview of how small not-for-profit community organisations can fundraise effectively with a bonus on how to rethink the bid after COVID.

  • 3.00pm Welcome and Introductions
  • 3.10pm Phyllis Martin on Small-scale Community Fundraising
  • 3.25pm Q&A
  • 3.30pm Phyllis Martin on New Guidance post-COVID
  • 3.45pm Q&A
  • 3.55pm Break to gather your thoughts / funding challenges
  • 4.00pm Breakout Rooms Scene Setting
  • 4.10pm Breakout Groups looking at specific opportunities
  • 4.40pm Plenary to share ideas and suggestions
  • 4.55pm Wrap up and Close at 5.00pm.

Phyllis Martin has extensive experience of fundraising ...

Erin McElhinney from Truffle Pig Fundraising will share experience of supporting third sector organisations reeling in grant support in our breakout sessions.

See SCCAN's Funding Guidance, the original detailed Funding Route Map by Alan Caldwell in 2013 and a short Funding Checklist edited by Joana Avi-Lorie.

Scottish Communities Climate Action Network (SCCAN)

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Scottish Communities Climate Action Network is a 350+ strong membership organisation for local action tackling climate disruption. SCCAN supports, networks, and shares stories of effective strategies and solutions which are tried and tested.

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