tangible outcomes are important.
and how much you want. And if you ask for a
big gift, be clear and ambitious.
Let everyone in your charity be involved
in raising funds with what they can.
by evaluating and monitoring your approach.
see change and they want to support the
good work other people are doing.
God’s work in God’s way, have big
expectations of resources for what you need.
and follow their procedures. Remember to
answer the questions! Use the language the
funder understands as well.
be anecdotal, powerful and justifiable.
Funders are interested in quality projects
If there is a big need, don’t be afraid to ask
for help. Don’t hid your failures!
Contactless Donation Device
The Passion Trust has a contactless donation device which we can lend you if you want to collect donations after your performance. The GBx Core is a custom-built contactless donation device which is effective in both unmanned fundraising environments and manned fundraising drives. For on the go fundraising, you can expect 4 hours battery life. Click here for more information
Passion Trust Conference 2019 - What to Pursue/Avoid and How can we get funding?
Passion Trust Conference 2018 - Finances
Session from Passion Trust Conference 2018 looking at Finance & Fundraising, Administration and Practical Considerations, and a Q&A session at the end.
Passion Trust Conference 2015 - Grants & Funds
Session from Passion Trust Conference 2015 looking at grants and funds to help support your Passion Play.
eventIMPACTS provides a toolkit of resources to help event organisers improve their evaluation of the impacts associated with staging sporting and cultural events. The events calculator is especially useful!