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Funding for All. and All for Funding. Funding for All. Rhiannon Lane Noleen Skudder Nigel Turley + 25 Specialist Mentors. What will “Funding for All” Offer. Developing project proposals and budgets Evidencing need and identifying outcomes Identifying suitable funding sources

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funding for all

Funding for All


All for Funding

funding for all1
Funding for All

Rhiannon Lane


Nigel Turley

+ 25 Specialist Mentors

what will funding for all offer

What will “Funding for All” Offer

Developing project proposals and budgets

Evidencing need and identifying outcomes

Identifying suitable funding sources

Developing funding applications

Fundraising through events and activities

Philanthropic giving and sponsorship


Achieving operational/project cost savings


Developing funding strategies

Developing business plans



The Kent and Medway Funding Fair

Longfield Academy

20th. February 2013

Booking will open in December

why does the sector need funding for all

Why does the Sector need Funding for All

A Specialist Organisation giving specialist advice in a specialist area. Same team achieved an 82% success rate with bids in their previous incarnation

but what is more important

But what is more important

It has left these Groups with the knowledge, skills and confidence to be successful with grant applications, contracts, fund-raising events, working with businesses and philanthropists in the future.

It really does work

how does funding for all meet the 3 elements of any grant application

How does Funding for All meet the 3 elements of any Grant Application

Evidence of Need



evidence of need

Evidence of Need

4540 Charities in Kent ( over 50% have turnover under £10,000, 32% under £100,000 ) Over 5000 unincorporated Community Groups

78 % in 2 recent surveys stated that funding advice was their main priority

Previous Project exceeded numbers target by 42%

comments from groups supported

Comments from Groups supported

“I know that bids filled me with dread-and I never knew where to begin. There were times that I gave up or never completed a bid as I lost heart. Having Helen-my funding buddy there alongside me and then knowing she was at the end of the phone whenever I got stuck/panicked made it possible”

“Help/ideas received from the Funding Buddies was excellent. I don't know where else we could get such expertise. We would recommend anyone having difficulty with funding to ask your help. “

“Funding Buddies has been a real Godsend to us and it would be a tragedy for it not to be available.  The Funding fairs you have run have been the most helpful of all I have ever attended and we have been able to establish two significant grants directly due to the contacts made there and to the help we have received from Karin Moncrieff”

“Your group provide a vital service which helps worthwhile causes to achieve their funding and become more businesslike and sustainable in the process. I just can’t imagine how the local third sector can manage without the services you offer and this will have a knock-on effect for the community they are wanting to serve”



With 25 Specialist Mentors, every type of project should be able to have an expert

Social Health – Arts – Sport - Heritage – Buildings – Environment – Young people – Older People – IT and Technology



Although short term success is very satisfying, the whole point of what we do is to cascade the skills required to ensure that Charities and Community Groups remain viable and sustainable in the long term ensuring that they can continue to provide their service/asset to the Community

what we don t do

What we don’t do

Training – if we have funding for training courses, we sub-contract VAMwho have the specialist skills and experience in delivering this support

Set-up support – if a group needs advice on constitutions, bank accounts, trustees, becoming a charity or company limited by guarantee then we would signpost them to VAM who have this knowledge

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Question – How do we contact you?

We are currently in the process of setting ourselves up and having everything in place – Charity registration – Payroll – Insurance – Website – etc

As soon as we are ready to offer Groups the “Free Mentoring Support” VAM will be the first to know