Fundraising training in turbulent times – a short course designed to help you write more compelling funding applications and improve your strike rate with funders.
About the course
With funder budgets under greater pressure than ever, and all of us in the jazz sector having to re-imagine what we do or at least how we might do it in the short term, it’s more important than ever that any funding application you submit is ‘on the money’.
If you’re confused by the jargon, not sure how best to answer funder questions, or which story to tell, this course is for you.
Course leader Julia Payne will help you get inside the real value of what you’re doing, think about how to tell a compelling story, and how to make sure that your budget storytelling adds up too.
Over 2 half day modules, Julia will share a host of useful insights, tips and tricks and real life examples. Plus, Jazz Promotion Network’s Chair, Kim Macari, who works part time as a Relationship Manager at Arts Council England, will be dropping in to share her thoughts on what you need to do to up your strike rate with funders.
This course is presented in partnership with Jazz Promotion Network. For more details and to apply, visit the Jazz Promotion Network website.
The two sessions will take place on the 7th & 14th December 2020.
Both sessions will happen on Zoom, between 9.30am-1.00pm, including screen/comfort breaks.
To take part, you’ll need to be able to attend both sessions, and also be able to commit to doing a small amount of preparation/homework in between sessions.
How much will it cost to take part?
£5 per session for non-members of Jazz Promotion Network and free for members (if you’re not already a member, they are offering free membership until the end of March – Head to their joining page to find out more).