Tailored support and training to enhance and refresh your fundraising strategies.
Based on proven case-studies, our training is delivered via seminars, master classes, workshops and events. It covers all levels – from first-time fundraisers to sophisticated executive level strategies. Many of these services are free to members, while others are offered at a discounted or subsidised rate.
Eastside Visitor Centre
Introduction to Board Membership
The role of a Board Member is a complex one. There are many responsibilities that go with accepting a Board placement however not all new Board Members are made fully aware of what those responsibilities are, or how they can make a positive contribution. This Intro to Board Membership course introduces new Board Members and those who would like a refresher, to their roles and responsibilities and to current good practice. The cost of the training course is £25 + VAT for members and lunch will be included.
This event will take place on 1 June, 1pm to 5pm in the Eastside Visitor Centre, to book your place email Kate Livingston at email@example.com.
Arts & Business NI are delighted to introduce a new series of 45 minute, lunchtime events designed to inform and strengthen the arts around the area of income diversification. The first ‘Lunchtime Session’ takes place on 5 June, 12.30pm to 1.15pm in Belfast Exposed and will introduce new member, Citi Bank as they prepare to open applications for Citi Bank Charity of the Year.
Becoming a Charity of the Year can open the door to unprecedented sponsorship – Lidl and CLIC Sargent are on track to raise a staggering £1 million over 3 years through Lidl’s Corporate National Partnership of the Year! Learn what the application process involves and what becoming Charity of the Year could do for your organisation in this ‘Lunchtime Session’.
This event will take place on 5 June, 12.30pm to 1.15pm in Belfast Exposed, to book your place email Kate Livingston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts & Business is generously supported by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.