Wednesday 8 April 2020, 10am-1pm, LCVS, 151 Dale Street, Liverpool L2 2AH
Tudor Trust Funding Masterclass - Postponed
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 emergency, all LCVS training and events scheduled to take place before the end of April have now been postponed. We are currently exploring alternative training delivery methods. We will continue to monitor the situation and issue regular updates.
The Tudor Trust supports a wide range of organisations that create positive changes in people lives, as well as in the communities they serve. The trust is particularly interested in supporting work that meets the many different needs of people at the margins of society, in a wide variety of ways. It also works with organisations that have a real understanding of the challenges facing the communities they support, and a clear sense of the difference they seek to make through their work.
Specifically, this session will give you an understanding of:
- the grant making process and its different stages
- what the Tudor Trust looks for in organisations and their projects
- how to design and develop your project ideas
- how to tackle the application questions (particularly stage one) and make the best possible case for your project
- how to evidence need and develop project outcomes
You will also have opportunity to:
- explore methods to develop your project budget
- assess your readiness for Tudor Trust funding
This session is aimed at those who have already been involved in writing applications to small/medium trusts and foundations and now wish to apply to the Tudor Trust.
If you are new to project development and bid writing, we recommend that you attend our Introduction to Fundraising training first. That session is taking place on Thursday 13 February 2020 - click here to visit the Introduction t o Fundraising page. If you have missed it, contact our Capacity Building team to arrange a meeting.
Please note: all of our funder specific masterclasses have been designed using our in-house experience of working with applicants to prepare and submit successful bids to the referenced funder. In the 2018/19 period, this experience enabled us to secure over £5m of funding for community projects. Where content includes specific input from the funder, this will be explicitly referenced in the description of the training.
151 Dale Street
|Charity/voluntary sector||£ 55.00|
|Private/public sector||£ 80.00|
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