Attract funding for health activities
Lots of the activities we do make people feel better. How as a small group can we get funders to understand this?
Lots of the activities small groups run make people feel better. Funders are interested in this, and want to hear more. But often the language of funding can be confusing.
Funders often talk in terms of ‘outcomes and impact’ but what does this mean for a small group? How can you measure and then start talking about your work to make it more attractive to funders and what can you do to improve your chances of meeting funders’ requirements?
This workshop is the opportunity to explore these questions and will:
- help you project plan and evaluate your healthy activities
- help you involve volunteers and beneficiaries in evaluation
- help you identify where else to get further funding
Who this workshop is for
This training is for groups:
- in Brighton and Hove
- with an income of under £35,000 who are receiving a grant through the Community Health Fund or who are delivering health and wellbeing activities
We will prioritise places for groups whose health and well-being activities support LGBT people, younger people or older people in physical activity, arts, heritage, culture, food and nutrition, inter-generational work.
Date: 7 February 2017
Venue: Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AF
Trainer: Jenny Moore
Fees: Free. As spaces are free and limited we ask that you commit to attending and have any necessary permissions from your group to do so.
Book your place today!
For more information, get in touch with us on 01273 234023 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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