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Maldon District Funding Fair. Keith Derry chief executive & trust secretary Essex Environment Trust. Maldon District Funding Fair. Deciding on what is needed Deciding how to provide it Forming a structure to deliver it Raising the money Getting it built. I N THE BEGINNING….

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Maldon District Funding Fair

Keith Derry

chief executive & trust secretary

Essex Environment Trust

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Deciding on what is needed
  • Deciding how to provide it
  • Forming a structure to deliver it
  • Raising the money
  • Getting it built
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The Snowball Syndrome

Slow down! GET IT RIGHT!

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Wendens Ambo

Village Hall

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Blackmore Youth Club

Wethersfield Community Pavilion

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Initial views of the managing committee
  • Views of the users
  • Views of the wider community
  • A Community Survey
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THE FUTURE OF STEEPLE VILLAGE HALL, HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONNAIRE
  • This questionnaire is circulated by Steeple Village Hall Trust to help them come to a decision about the future of Steeple Village Hall , and to give people a chance to say what they think are the facilities that would add quality to life in Steeple and could be provided by a new or refurbished building. Please complete the form by ticking the boxes provided and keep for collection by a member of the village hall committee by ........…
  • Would you or your family be interested in supporting any of the following activities ? 
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01 COMMUNITY
  • Support group for disabled 25
  • Activities / clubs for the elderly 45
  • Youth club 29
  • Men's or ladies clubs 33
  • Drop in centre23
  • Job club 7
  • Citizens advice centre43
  • Mobile shop 42
  • Please enter any other ideas here....Under 16s disco
  • 02 HEALTH & WELFARE
  • Clinic 45
  • Surgery 60
  • Healthy living centre19
  • Weight watchers 31
  • First Aid Courses 43
  • Please enter any other ideas here ..................
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03 FITNESS
  • Keep fit 51
  • Aerobics 33
  • Yoga 29
  • Thai Chi 29
  • Please enter any other ideas here....reflexology
  • 04 CHILDREN BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL
  • Play school 41
  • Tumble tots 19
  • Nursery 16
  • Mother & Toddler 26
  • After school club 32
  • Please enter any other ideas here....chess club, holiday activities
  • 05 SPORT
  • Darts 17
  • Carpet Bowls 25
  • Table Tennis 20
  • Pool 23
  • Badminton 22
  • Martial Arts (judo) 15
  • Changing rooms for sports facilities 26
  • Please enter any other ideas here....running group, football team, bingo, whist drives.
  • INKPEN DOWNIE ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
part 1 the design
PART 1 THE DESIGN
  • Form a small D.I.G. (Design Ideas Group)
part 1 the design1
PART 1 THE DESIGN
  • Form a small D.I.G. (Design Ideas Group)
  • Analyse the responses from your community and your existing users
  • Firm up the list of needs
  • Think outside the box
  • Consider needs in 20 years time
  • Draft some sketch proposals
  • Visit other new Halls
  • Consult with RCCE
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Another Store

Small Room

MAIN HALL

Store

Kitchen

Toilets

Entrance

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Store

Small Room

MAIN HALL

Play Equip’t

Kitchen

Coffee Bar

Toilets

Entrance

Office

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PART 2.
  • DEVELOPING THE DESIGN
  • Employ an Architect
  • Preparation of draft plan
  • Get an Order of Costs
  • Phasing?
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Small Room

Store

Store

MAIN HALL

Play equip’t

Kitchen

Coffee Bar

Toilets

Entrance

Toilets

Office

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PHASE 2

PHASE 1

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PART 2.
  • DEVELOPING THE DESIGN
  • Employ an Architect
  • Preparation of draft plan
  • Get an Order of Costs
  • Phasing?
  • Publish Draft Ideas for reaction
  • Consider all Views
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PART 2.
  • DEVELOPING THE DESIGN
  • Employ an Architect
  • Preparation of draft plan
  • Get an Order of Costs
  • Phasing?
  • Publish Draft Ideas for reaction
  • Consider all Views
  • Firm up on design & get permissions
  • Get fixed price quotes or tenders
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1. GETTING ORGANISED
  • Appoint a Fundraising Co-ordinator
  • Split the work: Local & External
  • Local Fundraising needs a small team
  • Form an Activities Group for events
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1. GETTING ORGANISED
  • Appoint a Fundraising Co-ordinator
  • Split the work: Local & External
  • Local Fundraising needs a small team
  • Form an Activities Group for events
  • External Fundraiser for the big money
  • Agree the split between the two. [10:90]
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A TARGET

Local Fundraising: 10%

External Fundraising: 90%

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2. EXTERNAL FUNDRAISING
  • Consult the many sources of funders
  • Compile a reference list of the best
  • Speak to them and ask:
    • Do they fund your sort of project?
    • Any specific criteria or priorities?
    • Can you get a copy of their policies?
    • Do they have an application form?
    • How much can you apply for?
    • When do they next meet?
    • Date of their deadline?
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Trusts meet several times a year – don’t rush to make an average submission.
  • Take your time to make an excellent submission.
  • Don’t wait till the deadline.
  • Getting a scheme approved is a competition not a lottery; only the best are likely to be approved. Make yours one of the best!
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2. EXTERNAL FUNDRAISING cont’d.
  • Make a Target List for your approaches
  • Draw up a funding strategy
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TOTAL PROJECT COST: £235,000

£5,000 Grange Farm

£5,000 B. Sunley

£5,000 C French

£10,000 Awards For All

£5,000 W. Farthing

£10,000

Essex Comm’ty Foundation

£7,500 Parish C.

£15,000 Essex Env Trust

£15,000 Garfield Weston

£15,000 Big Society

£45,000

Biffaward

£20,000

Fowler, Smith & Jones

£7,500 Tesco

£70,000 (own funds)

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2. EXTERNAL FUNDRAISING cont’d.
  • Make a Target List for your approaches
  • Draw up a funding strategy
  • Apply for a specific amount from each
  • Put an appropriate spin on each bid
  • Invite a site visit
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3. WHAT TO SEND
  • Short personal letter
  • Summary of project
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3. WHAT TO SEND
  • Short personal letter
  • Summary of project
  • Completed application form
  • Attachments
  • Index for those attachments
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4. THE ATTACHMENTS
  • Site Plan
  • Drawings of project
  • Relevant photographs
  • A Business Plan
  • Background of your organisation
  • Funding strategy
  • Quotations/Tenders
  • Audited accounts
  • List of present users/ bookings
  • Copies of necessary permissions
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THE MIND SET
  • Have the Vision.
  • Get the Project Right.
  • Do Not Compromise!
  • Have the Courage.
  • Cultivate the Dream
  • Fundraise with Faith.
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Make personal contact with each funding body.
  • Stick to their Guidance Notes.
  • Seek a meeting on site.
  • Never send an impersonal letter.
  • Submit all that is requested.
  • Include a Business Plan in your submission.
  • Index those attachments.
  • Do not build till you have all the funding.
  • Celebrate every milestone achieved.
  • Stay in touch with your funding bodies.
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Keep the FUN in FUNDRAISING

Even hard work can become enjoyable with a little bit of humour!

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Keith Derry

Contact: Mondays & Tuesdays: 01245 265555

www.essexenvironmenttrust.org.uk

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