Introduction to Fundraising – Dumfries & Galloway (Lockerbie)
The Institute of Fundraising will be joining Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway on Tuesday November 19 to deliver their Introduction to Fundraising course in Lockerbie.
This course has been subsidised and will cost attendees £20 instead of the usual £75, and will able available to attendees from charities which have a turnover of less than £250k per annum.
You might be contemplating moving into fundraising, starting your first fundraising role, working closely with fundraisers or taking on the responsibilities of acting as a trustee. The aim of the course is to get you up and running. You’ll be introduced to rules governing fundraising and how it has to be carried out legally and ethically. You’ll learn some of the basic terminology fundraisers use day-to-day. And you’ll discover how to build a budget and the importance of measuring the return on a given activity.
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