Successful Funding Applications

This is the first workshop following on from the Trustee’s Week events and the feedback Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway received at those events in November 2017.

In the current economic climate being successful in your funding applications is becoming more and more important. This course will be ideal for all of those new to funding applications as it will introduce you to the key skills needed to secure your funds.

Discover where to look for funds… Work out what the funder is looking for… Learn the jargon… Understand how to sell your project effectively…
To enable us to offer this workshop FREE to members, please bring your own lunch.

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