** Due to staff illness this session will be delayed - sorry**
If you can't attend our face-to-face training sessions this e-learning is for you!
Becoming reliant on one source of income is risky, considering different funding sources will help widen the funding and finance options open to you.
This interactive bite-sized e-learning will help you to consider different types of funding sources appropriate for your organisations needs, capabilities, capacity and values.
You can complete the e-leaning at your own pace, at whatever time is suitable for you, within a 2 week window.
This session will help you:
• Explore the different sources of funding and finance for charitable projects
• Consider the advantages and disadvantages of each funding source
• Identify funding sources appropriate for your organisation
• Think about your next steps required to explore potential funding sources.
Please note the e-learning is an alternative to our face-to-face training programme; the e-learning contains some hand outs and exercises featured in our Introduction to fundraising and Diversify your income sessions.
This session is aimed at those new to fundraising who would like to explore different funding sources. It is also suitable for those who would like to reflect upon the different funding sources open to their organisations or project.
Date: Tuesday 19th November 2019 – Tuesday 3rd December 2019 (2 week window to complete)
Cost: £20.00 per person (maximum 1 place per group)
Sheffield voluntary and community groups: £10.00 per person (maximum 1 place per group)
Statutory Body/Individual Consultants: £40.00 per person
Requirements: You will require a computer/laptop and internet access. A link to the e-learning platform will be emailed on the start date.
The e-learning will take approximately 2 hours to complete, and is comprised of 3 sections:
• Getting started with fundraising
• Exploring different funding sources
• Funding options for your own project.
The interactive materials include quizzes and a short assignment which will receive written feedback from a SYFAB tutor.
Previous participants have said:
“It has given me the confidence to try new sources of funding”
“I am going to put it all into practice. Refine our processes and what we do to improve our funding applications etc..”
“I will be reviewing all the fundraising sources which are available to our club”
“I have an MSc in adult education and training and specialised in distance learning. I thought the course was well structured”
You need to book a place, limited places are available and expected to sell out fast, please note reservations are not confirmed bookings, bookings are only confirmed once payment has been received. There is a maximum of 1 booking per organisation.
How to book
To book a place on any of our courses, you need to book through our website. We accept bookings using the following payment methods:
• Online using debit/credit card or Paypal account
The quickest and easiest way to book places is to book and pay instantly online using the online booking system in the green box below. Select "Card/Paypal" for this option. Payment can be made by debit or credit card, or through your Paypal account if you have one. Your booking will then be confirmed immediately by email.
• Online followed by BACS or cheque payment
If you prefer to pay by BACS or cheque, you can provisionally reserve your place online by selecting "BACS / Cheque" on the payment screen. You then need to either make a BACS payment using the details in the reservation email we send you, or send us your cheque (with your booking reference number on the back). Once we've received your payment we will con-firm your place by email.
Your cheque should be made payable to
SOUTH YORKSHIRE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION LTD
and posted to:
Unit 9 - 12, Jessops Riverside
800 Brightside Lane
You can download our payment and cancellation terms and conditions here.
Sheffield voluntary and community sector organisations
A selection of our training sessions, which focus on different types of funding, are subsidised by Sheffield City Council for voluntary and community groups whose work benefits Sheffield residents. Sessions that are eligible for this subsidy will be highlighted under the ‘Cost’ section on the booking page. Eligible groups can access two subsidised places per session. Places are limited and bookings are only confirmed once payment has been received.