A free workshop for those planning to apply to Camden Giving for funding. We'll share top tips and insights into what our Grant Panellists are looking for from applicants.
The session is aimed at those who are new to bid writing or community organisations with a turnover of less than £500k.
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Come and learn more about four local change-makers.
The evening will start with drinks and light refreshments. Each non-profit will make a 6 minute pitch for up to £3000. After the pitches people have the opportunity to give to the projects that appeal to them.
The four non-profits have are all supported by Camden Giving's KX Fund, they are:
Action Youth Boxing Intervention is a free fitness for children and young people in Somers Town, it combines boxing tutorials with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and supports over 200 young people a year.
C4WS help homeless people in Camden rebuild their lives be providing support including Winter Night Shelter and employment opportunities.
Little Village Camden works a bit like a foodbank, but instead of food they provide quality baby products and clothing donated by local families. They are gifts from one family to another.
Speak Street is a pop-up language café and a positive response to negativity towards immigrants in the UK. They offer free English language clasess to immigrants, migrants and asylum seekers.
Your first donation is your £10 ticket, 100% of this will be given to non-profits pitching on the night. The minimum donation on the night is £20.
This event is in partnership with The Funding Network, with generous support from The Francis Crick Institution and Argent LLP.
'How can businesses support local social cohesion at times of significant change?'
Camden Giving, The Francis Crick Institute and the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability are co-hosting an event to debate:
1. How communities are effected by development
2. Examples of best-practice of consulting with and supporting communities
3. Creating a plan to work with communities effected by change
The event will be chaired by Camden Giving's Chair of Trustees, Simon Pitkeathley, who is CEO of Camden Town Unlimited and Euston Town BID's and sit of the London LEP.
To register your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're thinking of applying to us for funding but would like practical support to help strengthen your grant-writing skills, then come along to our workshop. The workshop will help you to prepare for writing your proposal and you will understand how to write in an appropriate and effective style. You will be able to apply what you have learnt to future bids to Camden Giving as well as other funders, trusts and foundations.
For more information and to book an appointment, click here. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Camden Giving are running 121 advice sessions for leaders of local voluntary/community groups in Camden who require English Language support to help with writing their applications to The Camden Fund.
For more information and to book an appointment, clic here. Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Camden has some of the most deprived wards in the UK which contributes to isolation, our Camden Giving week exists to raise money to fund projects that reduce isolation. To join our Camden Giving Week, for more information and/or to see the current local businesses who are involved please click here.
On International Womens Days 2018 Camden Giving is bringing together inspirational women with careers in male-dominated industries to inspire the next generation on women in Camden.
Thank you to Camden Council and Camden Town Unlimited for co-hosting this event.
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... to support local projects that make your communities a better place to live, work and play. Come and join us at Clarence Gardens, Regents Park Estate, London, NW1 3LH and share your views on what is needed to improve your community!
... to support local projects that make your communities a better place to live, work and play. Come and join us in Room 3, West Euston Partnership, 29 – 31 Hampstead Road, NW1 3JA and share your views on what is needed to improve your community!