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Funding News

Booking Opens for The Wheel's Conference 2017

Early bird booking has now commenced for The Wheel's 2017 Conference + Expo.
As part of our commitment to providing our members with outstanding support and value, The Wheel is offering early bird tickets for under €100 for the first time since 2012!  

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Ireland Social Change Grants Closing in April

The Community Foundation for Ireland Social Change Grants 2017 is accepting applications for their Social Change Grants All applications are online and the closing date is 4.30 p.m. Thursday 13 April 2017.

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Fundraised Income Up 3% - 2into3 Quarterly Fundraising Monitor

Fundraised income in the Not-for-Profit sector has increased by 3% in Quarter 3 for the 9 months ending September 2016 compared to the same period in 2015, when excluding emergency appeal income.

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Call for Entries for the GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards

GSK has launched its third annual GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards, designed to  recognise and reward community-based charities who contribute to the improvement of people’s health and wellbeing in Ireland. 

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HSE National Lottery Grant Open for Applications

Groups and organisations involved in the provision of Health and Personal Social Services can apply for once off funding of between €500 and €10,000 for suitable projects.

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Training & Events
Finding and Keeping Major Donors: Dublin - 4 May 2017

This fundraising workshop is geared towards community and voluntary organisations that are new to the fundraising arena and are in need of clear guidance and practical information on how to advance.

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Fundraising 101 (A Beginners Guide): Dublin - 30 May 2017

An essential workshop for fundraisers looking at starting or building a donor programme – covering the research and sourcing of donors as well as their long-term retention.

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Jobs / Volunteering
Donor Recruitment Manager (Sightsavers)
Deadline: 9 Apr 2017. Full details here >>

Administrator - Education Secretariat (Archdiocese of Dublin)
Deadline: 10 Apr 2017. Full details here >>

Tallaght Roma Community Health Initiative (South Dublin County Partnership)
Deadline: 11 Apr 2017. Full details here >>

Sexual Health Project Worker (Maternity Cover) (GOSHH)
Deadline: 12 Apr 2017. Full details here >>

Sponsorship Manager (World Meeting of Families)
Deadline: 16 Apr 2017. Full details here >>

Governance & Compliance Officer (Kerry Diocesan Youth Service)
Deadline: 28 Apr 2017. Full details here >>
 
Discover more jobs and volunteering opportunities at www.wheel.ie/jobs
Fundraising Advice & Guidance

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The Fundraisers Book Club

(Content courtesy of Changefundraising.com. Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of The Wheel.)
 

 The Fundraisers Book Club is the brainchild of Gaby Murphy (Purplegrass)  Colin Skehan (Merchants’ Quay) and Simon Scriver (ChangeFundraising). We are all members of Rogare, the Fundraising Think Tank based at the University of Plymouth’s Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy and we were looking for a way to share some of the critical thinking on fundraising that this group is producing.

We wanted to make sure that Irish fundraisers had a chance to share in that debate and so we came up with the idea of the Fundraisers Book Club.

The idea is to provide an informal networking and continuous learning club for fundraisers of all levels. The plan is to meet every 2 months and at each meeting we will review a publication, a piece of research or a book on a fundraising related topic.

It will be run like a book club, in that everyone will have the opportunity to input into the discussion, regardless of experience, level of seniority or discipline.

Discussions will focus on the practical application of fundraising theory or research and how we use evidence and best practice to inform how we fundraise.

Who can attend?

The book club is open to all fundraisers and communications professionals working in the sector or interested in getting into the sector. The only entry criteria is an open mind and a willingness to learn.

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Funding Deadlines
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Irish Aid - WorldWise Global Schools Programme: 7 Apr 2017
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council - Community Grants: 28 Apr 2017
Patagonia Environmental Grants: 30 Apr 2017
U.S. Embassy in Ireland - Grants Program: 1 May 2017
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Delivered in the form of a comprehensive report, our Funding Finder service will pinpoint the often elusive grants and opportunities that will help your organisation to reach it's income targets and goals. 

Funding Finder is a premium service from The Wheel. Email paul@wheel.ie for more information.

 

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