FREE WEBINAR: Future-proofed funding - Move your NFP towards sustainable funding
NOTE from ANCAD: Due to the recent Covid-level changes and current economic environment (and in wanting to reach as many people as possible with this valuable information) we are now making this event FREE of charge.
Is your approach to funding slapdash and last minute, or strategic and effective?
Would you like a framework for sustainable funding?
Come along to this funding strategy workshop where you can upskill and refresh your knowledge on best practice fund seeking strategies and processes that will increase your funding success.
In this workshop we will cover:
- Planning ahead: foundation layers your organisation needs to create/refresh
- A simple frame work any not for-profit can use to map out their funding request
- Exploring different funding options relevant to your work and discover new funding opportunities in a COVID Recovery environment
- Ten key fund-seeking tips
This session is ideal for: Managers, Trustees and Fundraisers from grassroots and community based not for profit organisations.
Presenter: Therese Lanigan Behrent
Therese has varied experience supporting community groups, social enterprises and values driven organisations with training, strategic advice and practical hands on help as an Independent Funding and Marketing Consultant. She supports organisations to further their mission’s through establishing robust planning frameworks, powerful storytelling and strategic funding support. Therese’s experience in the sector as a funder (Vodafone Foundation, Lottery Community Auckland and Auckland Council), Grants Strategist, Senior Marketer and Sponsorship Manager (for ASB, Vodafone & Jucy), has given her invaluable knowledge of the funding landscape and options for NFPs. In a voluntary capacity, Therese enjoys coaching not-for-profit organisations with their crowdfunding endeavours through her work with The Funding Network.
Cancellations: ANCAD sends an email to all who register for each course one week beforehand. Cancellations will be accepted up to 48 hours prior to the course (if the event is on a Monday or Tuesday, a cancellation must be received by 4pm on the Wednesday prior). If this notice period is given, then we will issue a credit note against future training fees. If cancellations are received closer than the above window, then no credit note or refunds will be issued. ANCAD endeavours not to cancel courses but to postpone them to another date.