• Fundraising Events with Get Grants (July – October)

     

    Get Grants have a busy line-up of Meet the Funder events happening over the next few months, where we will be joined by funders to talk about their funding programmes. These events give attendees the opportunity to speak directly to funders, take part in discussions, get unique insights, and ask questions specific to their project or organisation. We have the following upcoming opportunities:

    FREE Meet the Funder – BBC Children in Need: Monday 19th July, 1pm – 2pm
    Get Grants will be joined by Carla Belle, Regional Officer for BBC Children in Need, who will share insights on both their Main Grants and Small Grants Programmes. BBC Children in Need’s vision is that children and young people in the UK have a safe, happy, and secure childhood and the chance to reach their potential. To achieve this vision, they award grants to charities and other non-profit organisations that support and work with children and young people who are disadvantaged and face challenges in their lives.
    Register your FREE place via Eventbrite.

    FREE Meet the Expert – easyfundraising: Monday 27th September, 10am – 11am
    At this Meet the Expert event, we will be joined by Becky Coleman, Partnerships Manager for easyfundraising, who will explain how changing your organisations and networks online shopping habits can support your fundraising goals. Through attending you will have the opportunity to take part in a session discussing easyfundraising, which is free for any not-for-profit organisation to use.
    Register your FREE place via Eventbrite.

    FREE Meet the Funder – Severn Trent Community Fund: Tuesday 12th October, 1pm – 2pm.
    Get Grants will be joined by Severn Trent Community Fund to explore their Community Grants with participants. Through attending you will have the opportunity to take part in a session discussing the Severn Trent Community Fund, a programme that aims to support community wellbeing and protect and sustain water and natural resources focussing in three different areas: People, Places, and Environment.
    Register your FREE place via Eventbrite.

    Posted on 15th July 2021