Sustainable Funding Workshop

10 Jun 2021 - 9:30am to 4:00pm

Sustainable Funding Workshop

Are you sick of scrambling from one funding round to the next?
Would you like your organisation to have a reliable income, but are unsure where to start?

Sustainable Funding is packed with practical ideas that can be easily implemented to help your organisation to develop a sustainable funding plan.

In this workshop you will discover:

  • The Essential First Step in Creating a Sustainable Funding Plan
  • The 7 Key Income Streams for Community Groups
  • The Difference between Donations, Sponsorship and Grants
  • How to Get More People Helping with Your Fundraising Efforts
  • Simple Tips and Tricks for Raising More Money, More Often

You will have the chance to explore fundraising through donations, sponsorship, grants, contracts, membership, social enterprise and traditional fundraising events, and what combination of those will work best in creating a sustainable plan for your organisation. It may be different than you think.

The practical tips were so relevant. Best training I have been to full stop”
Melissa Kay, Waitara Alive, Taranaki

Where: Kāpiti Impact Hub, 6 Tongariro Street, Paraparaumu

Facilitated by Megan Thorn from Exult.
Megan is a whirlwind of energy and enthusiasm with more than 18 years’ experience in facilitation and developing, designing and delivering training programmes. She has worked with people in corporate, government and non-profit organisations all over the world. She loves working with people who make a real difference in their communities. Megan is passionate about supporting non-profit organisations at the business end of what they do – raising funds, raising their profiles, governance, strategic planning and attracting, inspiring and leading volunteers.In addition to leading Exult, Megan volunteers with her local branch of Bellyful New Zealand. This on-the-ground volunteering means she knows first-hand the challenges faced by small organisations.

This workshop is free to Kāpiti community/not-for-profit groups through the Capable Sector Project. A collaboration between Kāpiti Impact Trust and Volunteer Kāpiti, supported by the Kāpiti Coast District Council.


Open until Tuesday 8 June 2021 at 2:30pm