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MORAY FUNDRAISING SEMINAR 2019

Supported by Moray Council, Business Gateway and Elgin Town Hall for the Community

Tuesday, 1 October 2019 from 10:00 to 15:00 (BST)

MORAY FUNDRAISING SEMINAR 2019

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Free admission 75 Registrations Ended Free  

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                             Moray Fundraising Seminar Programme

 

10.00                     Registration/Networking and Refreshments

 

10.55                     Welcome - Councillor Graham Leadbitter, Leader Moray Council

 

           

11.00                     Guest Speaker -  Jeannie Scott, Director of Culture Radar UK -
                                 “The changing funding landscape for culture and heritage”

 

11.20                     Workshop Session 1

 

12.45                     Buffet Lunch with Refreshments

 

13.30                     Workshop Session 2

 

15:00 Close

 

 

Workshop Overviews

 

You can choose from any of the following workshops outlined below for each of the sessions on the day:

 

WORKSHOP 1 – THE NATIONAL LOTTERY COMMUNITY FUND - David Lamont

In this session they will l look at what funding is available through the Big Lottery Fund in Scotland. They will focus on their current programmes  – looking at what type of work they are trying to fund, their approaches and how to tell them your story when applying. They will have staff on hand to discuss any ideas for funding on a 1to1 basis after the presentation

WORKSHOP 2 - CREATIVE SCOTLAND - Karen Dick

Creative Scotland is the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits here. It distributes funding from the Scottish Government and The National Lottery, and these sessions offer an opportunity to ask questions about Creative Scotland funding, guidelines and process, and receive advice on development, advocacy and other sources of support

WORKSHOP 3 - Community Shares Scotland - Toby Sandison

Do you have aspirations to run a successful community business? Or perhaps you support people and communities with enterprising ideas? Come along to this Community Shares Scotland's workshop  to learn more about the community shares funding model and how it helps community businesses grow and thrive.

WORKSHOP 4 – The GORDON & ENA BAXTER FOUNDATION - Kay Jackson

Applying to funders can sometimes feel like a totally daunting and overwhelming task.  The Seminar will provide the opportunity for an informal Q&A session about the Foundation's criteria, key features of a good application and 'top tips' to provide sufficient background and information for trustees' consideration.

Workshop 5 – THE ROBERTOSN TRUST – Susan Lennartson

 In this session They will look at what funding is available through the Robertson Trust. They will focus on who can apply, what they can fund, their funding strands, what they are looking for in an application and setting your outcomes and activities.

 

Workshop 6 – BEATRICE FUND – Fiona Morrison

The Beatrice offshore wind farm has around £190,000 per year available for community and charitable projects. Between 2017 and 2021 they expect to invest £950,000 in local projects.  They can provide you with advice and tips on how to apply etc.

 

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