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Disability Arts in Surrey: Building Fundraising Skills Workshop

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Callum Graham is Programme Co-ordinator for Daisy (Disability Arts in Surrey), an umbrella organisation which promotes and celebrates the works of disabled artists and disability arts organisations in Surrey. The organisation strives to develop the south east as the lead region in the UK for disability and deaf cultural activity. Daisy works with its member …

Arts Trust Group Conference – Funding Network 2017

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The Arts Trusts Group is a peer network of arts and cultural Trust fundraisers. The group is a non-competitive platform to share news and opportunities, and to offer peer to peer support on challenges that arts fundraisers face. Written by Clare O’Hara. Supported by Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy’s Funding Network Projects 2017. On Monday 16th October, 100 …

A Bit Of A Do – new network for Artists and Arts Organisations working with disability

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Drunken Chorus – a theatre company and registered charity based in London. Written by Chris Williams. Supported by Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy’s Funding Network Projects 2017. Last month we launched DISCO DISCO – a new company of adults with learning disabilities, with whom we are collaborating to make contemporary theatre pieces. Alongside our ongoing commitment to D/deaf audiences …

Connecting a new generation of UK Impact Producers

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Doc Society is a non-profit foundation headquartered in London and New York, committed to enabling great documentary films and connecting them to audiences globally. Written by Beadie Finzi for Doc Society. Supported by Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy’s Funding Network Projects 2017. As part of our field building activities, we have been heavily involved in training and …

Learning about Fundraising Fundamentals in Non-Urban Areas

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The National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF) works strategically with partners to develop a nationwide programme that delivers high quality artistic work and cultural experiences, broadens and deepens audience engagement and strengthens rural and other communities. Written by David Porter, Company Secretary for NRTF. Supported by Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy’s Funding Network Projects 2017. I was …

The Co-Working Group Network – Improving Current Fundraising Strategies

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Bianca Baroni

The co-working group is a network of non-profit art organisations coming together with the desire to boost our respective fundraising activities. In particular we share an interest in exploring private sources of funding and therefore we are always looking for new ways to learn how to best approach and engage with potential supporters. Written by …