Get Grants have developed an Bid Writing in Sports & Physical Activity Workshop in response to request for Fundraising support from local clubs and sports organisation.
The Workshop is a two-hour online session aimed at organisations who are delivering sports and physical activity projects who are interested in growing their grant fundraising confidence and increasing their income through grant funding.
What the Workshop offers?
The Bid Writing Workshop aims to benefit fundraisers with all levels of experience looking to hone their grant fundraising skills, as well as those who are looking to write their first application and don’t know where to begin. Through the two-hour workshop attendees are supported to:
- Unpick the grant fundraising process;
- Ensure their organisation has the right things in place to have fundraising success;
- Discover how to find funding opportunities and decide which funds are right for them;
- Learn tactics for arguing the need for their project;
- Create a grant-fundraising action plan.
This workshop is delivered in a single 2-hour online session via zoom. The Workshop is open and conversational, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
Feedback from Previous Workshops
Comments from Attendees on these evaluation forms included:
“So much covered in a short period of time. Thank You. I have learned a lot and feel confident in knowing how to apply for funding”
“The presenter created a relaxed group who were all happy to get involved”
“Great delivery, engaging style for an evening session”
- When: Thursday 22nd February 2024, 6pm – 8pm
- Cost: £20
- Book your place today through Eventbrite.
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Alternatively, contact us to request a booking form.
About the Trainer
Sam Davis has been involved in sport since she was 5 years old starting at gymnastics, before being told she was too tall by 8! Sam’s passion for sport and physical activity has led her into a career which has involved her working at multiple leisure centres, an elite sports club, a Local Authority, an Active Partnership and being involved in University sport.
Sam loves helping people see and feel the benefits of being active, and believes that there is an activity for everyone! During lockdown, Sam found a new passion of doing dance workouts to Disney music, which is her new favourite thing.
Over the last few years, Sam has dipped her toe into the world of funding, writing bids for small organisations, and supporting big organisations secure large grants to deliver community projects – and she finds them all exciting to be a part of.
Have any questions about our courses? Get in touch, we’d love to hear from you!