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Fundraising Strategy

The fundraising landscape is a minefield and you must have a clear strategy to survive and thrive. The cultural and voluntary sectors depend heavily upon the six pillars of earned income, government grants and contracts, grants from charitable trusts and foundations, individual donations, events and corporate sponsorship. However, the impact of 2012, influx of ‘new money’, credit crunch, increased recognition that culture spans a plethora of agendas outside of the usual boxes and explosion of new technologies means that cultural and voluntary organisations need to rethink traditional fundraising strategies. Creativity and relationships are pivotal in this new dawn of influence for limited funds. Our fundraising expertise will help you to establish where the strengths and weaknesses of your fundraising strategy lie and help you to capitalise upon the opportunities available.


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