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Tue, 4 Apr 2017, 11:00 – Wed, 5 Apr 2017, 16:00 BST
Film Hub South West & West Midlands is offering a Two-Day Fundraising Training Workshop for Film Hub Members, to enhance their knowledge and understanding of fundraising.
This course will cover:
- The fundraising cycle
- Individual giving & major donors
- Trusts & foundations
- Elements of a fundraising strategy
- Case Studies of successful fundraising campaigns
At the end of the day you will have:
- An understanding of how your passion for specialised film is the first step to fundraising success
- The tools to write a brilliant case for support
- Practice at asking for donations
- Shared ideas for cultivating, thanking and involving new donors
- A template for writing your fundraising strategy
This is a free workshop for Film Hub Member however booking is essential. Registration for this event closes on the Tuesday 28th March
Lunch will be provided and bursaries are available for members of Film Hub SWWM to support travel and accomodation costs.
This training will be delivered by Amanda Rigali – Director of Strategic Development
Amanda graduated with a Ph.D. in English from King’s College London in 2000, and went on to work in management roles for arts organisations. After joining Arts Council England, Amanda worked on a wide brief across national arts investment and strategy, and from 2010 to 2013 served as Combined Arts and Touring Director.
Amanda manages the national Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Programme, including the Arts Fundraising Fellowships. Amanda develops & delivers a wide range of fundraising training to groups across the cultural and social enterprise sector. Amanda has recently developed fundraising strategies with, and trained, staff within a wide range of arts charities across England, as well as social and international charities. Amanda has also undertaken strategic work for Derby Museums analysing their funding relationship with the City Council, and is currently working with Tunbridge Wells Council to help them establish a Development Trust to fundraise for their new Cultural Hub capital campaign.