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Project Budgeting and The Funding Mix

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Creative Works

7 Blackhorse Lane

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E17 6DS

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BUDGETING AND FUNDING YOUR CREATIVE AND COMMUNITY PROJECTS



From Writing your Project Proposal and Planning to Pitch and Presentation.

How do you produce a realistic budget that meet your project goals and objectives?

What makes a compelling funding proposal that will attract investment and appeal to grant providers?




Learning goals

During this workshop you will explore the key steps to writing a successful grant application for your creative and community projects.

Find out how to:

  1. Define your project goals and objectives.

  2. Align the key benefits of your project with your target market, audience or beneficiaries.

  3. Identify your key stakeholders: explore potential donors, grant providers and sources of income.

  4. Produce a budget that considers the risks and set aside a contingency.

  5. Apply tools and techniques to monitor your budget throughout the project life cycle.

  6. Develop a realistic project budget.

  7. Write a compelling project/ grant proposal.


Who should attend?

This workshop is ideal for creative professionals, entrepreneurs and small business owners who are looking to discover the tips and techniques to set a project budget and secure small community grants for their creative projects. The workshop is practical and engaging, providing real examples and case studies to apply to your own current and live projects. If you're thinking about delivering creative projects in the community. You will have the space to think about your creative vision and the various ways to attract financial investment.

About the workshop leader

This workshop is delivered by Kemi Bamidele, Director of Creative Training Hub. Kemi will share over 10 years Marketing and Project Management experience. She has worked with a range of creative businesses, social enterprises and non-profit organisations and brings skill and talent on how to pitch your project in a clear, concise and appealing manner. As a Senior Project Manager she has run a number of projects using social media to support crowdfunding campaigns, research and development, project monitoring and impact measurement. Her approach will take you beyond the sphere of writing the 'bog standard' grant application and offer a more integrated approach, combining audience outreach, project planning and creative marketing.




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