Is there a need in your community that nobody is addressing? Could it be time to do it yourself? This training session is for anyone thinking about starting a community project or organisation but yet to take the leap. If you’re based in Liverpool, it’s free!
They will provide you with huge amounts of need-to-know information, which will support both fundraising and service delivery, should you decide to put your plan into action. They’ll also help you to get really clear about the viability of your idea and the optimal next steps.
The session covers:
- proving the need for your organisation – how to research and gather evidence that there actually is an issue that needs to be addressed, so that you can design an effective project that’s attractive to supporters, investors and funders
- drafting a project outline – an important document that can be used as the basis for a proposal, pitching your idea to funders and other supporters
- choosing the right legal structure – an area that can be a bit of a minefield without some clear guidance
- a few sources of start-up funding – they’ll let you know what’s available at the moment, for projects like yours
The session is held 20 January, 1pm-4pm, via Zoom. You can register here.