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Douglas Brown PR

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Fundraising and income generation training

This day long workshop looks at how commercial sponsorship can be sought, won and supported. It identifies the differences between commercial sponsorship and other forms of income such as grants and donations and sets out what an organisation has to do to make the relationship between them and sponsors grow and flourish. This workshop is particularly suited to organisations trying commercial sponsorship as an income stream for the first time, or organisations trying to improve the way they seek, handle and fulfil sponsorship relationships.


Up to 15 delegates


From £400

What have previous clients said about this course....


Reading Voluntary Action -


This half day workshop proved so popular it was over subscribed by a factor of 50%, with 18 delegates from a range of organisations attending to see what sponsorship entails as a possible funding stream.


Comments received were "Very informative . Easy to understand", "Very useful course content - I will apply the learning not just when I look for sponsorship", another delegate emailed after the workshop to say "I just wanted to let you know how impressed I was with the course that you ran yesterday. As the sole employee for my particular project fundraising can seem quite overwhelming when you are trying to do it on top of all of your other work. Your course has inspired me and renewed my enthusiasm. Thanks again."

With core funding from the public sector becoming the exception rather than the rule many organisations are having to look for other income streams, and new ways to support their work financially.


Some are looking towards public sector contracts and others to sponsorship. In both cases sucess is based on effective commuhnication, first to attrract the funding and secondly to service the agreement which will accompany it. These workshops are designed to assist with both aspects.

Making commercial sponsorships work