‘Building Future Sustainability’ is a 4 day training programme aimed at helping North East voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations (maximum turnover £1,000,000) to generate more money, successfully expand their income generation activities and become more sustainable.
This programme is made possible by the generous financial and practical support provided by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, the Garfield Weston Foundation and the Community Foundation for Tyne and Wear and Northumberland.
"There wasn’t a single session in which I didn’t learn something new"Craig Bankhead,
Gateshead Older People’s Assembly
Newcastle: Tuesday 21st November.
Middlesbrough: Wednesday 29th November
Newcastle: Thursday 18th January.
Middlesborough: Wednesday 17th January.
Newcastle: Thursday 22nd February.
Middlesborough: Tuesday 20th February.
Newcastle: Thursday March 15th.
Middlesborough: Wednesday 21st March
Mark has been a nonprofit fundraiser, trainer and consultant for 27 years.
He has helped hundreds of organisations in the UK and Europe to raise millions of pounds for their work. His current clients include Pennywell Neighbourhood Centre, The Corra Foundation, Skills for People, and Heart Research U.K.
Module 1: How to Maximise Support from Trusts and Foundations.
Adam is Director for Partnerships at Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland.
He is responsible for partnerships that broker and draw in additional funding and other support to benefit the VCSE sector in the North East and the Foundation’s charitable activities. He is also developing support programmes like this one for the sector. He has an expertise in culture having run The Sponsors Club project at the foundation for 10 years prior to this new role. Adam’s session title will be ‘How To Attract Funding From Trusts and Foundations - 15 Ways To Help The Funder Say ‘Yes’!’
Module 4: A Licence to Print Money - Turning Business Ideas into Cash for Your Cause.
Michelle joined Northstar Ventures from Codeworks where she helped companies to develop their digital media and IT business ideas and secure investment.
Prior to joining Codeworks, Michelle spent five years as Business Development Manager on a number of successful spin out and licensing initiatives at the University of Manchester. She will cover what investors look for, how to create a powerful business plan, how to identify what you have to sell and the importance of your team.
|Your organisation's turnover||Daily rate||Whole programme rate|
(all 4 modules), including discount
|up to £100K||£35||£125|
|up to £500K||£70||£250|
|up to £1000K||£100||£350|
The 4 day programme will take place in Newcastle and be repeated in Middlesbrough between November 2017 and March 2018. Attendees can attend a single session or the whole series and can mix and match across Newcastle and Middlesbrough.
Newcastle Venue: This is ‘Philanthropy House’, the HQ of the Community Foundation for Tyne and Wear and Northumberland. Philanthropy House, Woodbine Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE3 1DD. Phone:0191 222 0945
The boardroom is warm, light and quiet - perfect for training. There is local car-parking within a couple of hundred yards and the venue lies on a major bus route from Newcastle City Centre. Taxis from the City Centre cost about £10.00.
Middlesbrough Venue: St Mary’s Centre, 90 Corporation Rd, Middlesbrough TS1 2RW
Phone us on 07515 386 439 and we’ll take your booking over the phone.
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