Essentials in Corporate Fundraising

Exeter Library, Castle Street, Exeter, Devon EX4 3PQ

02072471430
artsfundraising@cause4.co.uk
http://artsfundraising.org.uk/

Wednesday 07 November 2018
11am - 5pm
Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm
Admission Fee: £110 (£99 concession)
Booking essential
Book online here: http://artsfundraising.org.uk/corporate-fundraising-best-practice-changing-landscape/

This course provides an introduction to developing a successful sponsorship programme, or business membership scheme. The learning is relevant for individuals and organisations from the arts, culture and heritage sectors, wanting to raise funds from all scales of business from local companies to national brands.

Who is it for?

Essentials in Corporate Fundraising is for people who are early in their fundraising career or those from other careers who want to understand more about how to raise money from corporates. The course is excellent as an induction for tool for new fundraisers and Brand or Account Managers.

What will I learn?

Develop a road map to implement a corporate fundraising programme

Take away a “tool-kit” to help develop proposals and approach new prospects

The language skills required to attract and sell to businesses

A better understanding of sponsorship policy and good practice

Further resources to generate ideas

The latest trends in fundraising via our specialist national data

 

The course will run from 11am – 5.00pm. Lunch is included.

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