BRICK London workshop shows where to look for and how to secure private funding for heritage projects
Carpenters’ Hall, City of London hosts fundraising experts advising on securing funding from private sources for heritage – Tuesday 24th October
Giving to Heritage and the Institute of Fundraising will join heritage experts from The Prince’s Regeneration Trust (PRT) for a special workshop on funding and fundraising for heritage projects on Tuesday 24th October from 9:30am – 4:30pm at Carpenters’ Hall, Throgmorton Avenue, London EC2N 2JJ.
The workshop is open to everyone involved in a heritage project that would like some practical advice and guidance from fundraising professionals on where to look for funding and how to go about successfully securing funds from private sources.
“With it becoming increasingly harder for community groups to secure funds from public resources the BRICK workshop answers an enormous and constant question for community groups trying to rescue local buildings, and that is where to go for funds and how to make a valid case for gaining those funds,” said Laura Norris, Programme Director of BRICK, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust.
The day’s workshop is split into three in-depth, comprehensive sessions. In the morning Valentine Morby from the Institute of Fundraising will help delegates with understanding and using fundraising fundamentals. The afternoon will focus on the fundraising opportunities from social investment funds for heritage with Joanna Heywood from Big Society Capital, and Rohan Martyres and Greg Wolley from CAN Invest advising on how to apply for social investment funds.
Mark Webb from The Prince’s Regeneration Trust will conclude the workshop with a session on the importance of measuring and reporting impact to funders.
The BRICK programme has been made possible through major grant funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and contributions from the Alan Baxter Foundation, Purcell and British Land.
Places on the workshop are £19, which includes lunch and refreshments, and can be booked at:https://brick-work.org/events/brick-workshop-32-london/
or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling Sophie Coyle on 020 7613 8508