Some frightening facts about UK arts & culture organisations:
31 theatres on the at risk register 2019 urgently need funding. 64 museums have closed since 2010, according to research by the Museums Association – with more looking likely. And just six months after ACE's 2018-22 super-supported NPOs were established, the number facing a 'major risk' was up 20% on the previous quarter. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
The National Arts Fundraising School (10-15 Nov) is the only route to keep you off the at-risk lists and secure your organisation’s future.
Book one of 10 remaining places on the November School and benefit from:
- Six days of unrivalled arts fundraising – avoiding unjoined-up 1-day courses
- A 32-year track record of results – our Alumni have raised £350million+ so far
- 24 modules covering every aspect of fundraising from strategy to legacies
- 365 days of support from the School's consultancy team
- 100% money-back guarantee – raise money or we'll refund the whole of your course fee
Yes, this is likely to be the single biggest investment you make in your development. But if the future of your organisation isn't worth the cost of a coffee and cake every day for a year, you're in the wrong profession.
Becky Chapman, Executive Director of Diverse City, wrote to us at the end of last year:
“We are doing really well here. I calculate that since the course in 2015 I have raised approx £2m in multiyear grants plus some individual giving. A pretty good return on investment! I am in the process of putting in a bid of £90kpa over 4 years from a foundation. Must get on!”
To find out more about what's different about the School and what you'll gain from coming, watch a recording of our free webinar. And if you have a specific question you'd like answered, get in touch by email –[email protected] or call us on 07843 132032Previous Story: A quick catch upNext Story: Medicine Festival Invite You to The Full Moon Medicine Song Circle This Saturday
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