The funding landscape for the voluntary and community sector has been thrown into disarray over the last couple of years. However, new agendas have created exciting opportunities inspiring innovation in income generation and increasing investment in the sector.
At this years popular conference you will discover the value of new funding relationships across a range of different income streams, gaining insight into both sides of the funding relationship.
Why do different funders, donors, commissioners, customers and investors put their money into voluntary and community organisations? Learn from a range of workshops, debates, discussions and plenary sessions to find out how their motivations have changed since the recession
Gain the skills and behaviours you need to maximise the return on your funding relationships, making use of the new financial models available
Learn from the most innovative organisations in the sector who will be in attendance to explain what they’re doing to increase their funding, alongside the people and organisations who make their ideas a reality through funding, giving, purchasing or social investment.
Who should attend?
Anyone with responsibility for their organisations financial sustainability (trustees, chief executives and staff)
Frontline voluntary and community organisations, social enterprises and infrastructure agencies
Anyone interested in innovation in funding for the voluntary and community sector
Independent and statutory funders
Policy makers, funders and commissioners
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