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Funding News

The Wheel's Conference 2017 - Last Chance for Early Bird

We are now in the final countdown to The Wheel's Conference & Expo 2017. With only 4 weeks to go our Early Bird Special Rate must close next Wednesday, 7 June. The Early Bird rate for Members of The Wheel is just €95 (which includes entry to the Learning Zone & Charity Expo for your colleagues), or €175 for non-members.

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Dublin Bus Community Spirit Awards Open for Applications

The Dublin Bus Community Spirit Awards provides funding for volunteer community groups to develop new projects, improve their locality and help raise community spirit. Any voluntary group is eligible to apply for a grant of €1,000, €2,000 or €5,000. The deadline for applications is 23 June 2017.

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Download EU Funding Report - Updated for 2017

Written by Professor Hugh Quigley, currently visiting Professor at the University of Ulster and Chair of Access Europe, The Wheel's 2015 report covering EU Funding for Irish nonprofits has now been updated for 2017, featuring new information and guidance.

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Coca-Cola Thank You Fund Opens for Applications

Last week saw the launch of the 2017 Coca-Cola Thank You Fund in Dublin. The fund seeks to give away grants totalling €100,000 to youth charities across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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2016 Fundraising in Ireland - €3.33 Raised for Every €1 Invested

Fundraised income in the Not-for-Profit sector has increased by 3% in 2016 over 2015 on a full year basis (excluding emergency direct marketing appeal income) and the average cost to fundraise €1 was 30 cent or for every euro invested €3.33 was raised in 2016.

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Training & Events
Webinar - Donor Prospect Research: 9 June 2017

How do you pinpoint major donors and court them for your cause? Register for this webinar to learn the essential skills that could provide a major boost for your nonprofit.

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Partnership Building for EU Funded Projects: Dublin - 20 June 2017

This interactive workshop is for organisations that are managing European projects or wish to get started in this area.

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Jobs / Volunteering
Supporter Care Executive (Sightsavers)
Deadline: 5 June 2017. Full details here >>

Project Manager (Scouting Ireland)
Deadline: 7 June 2017. Full details here >>

Regional Development Manager (Co-operative Housing Ireland)
Deadline: 9 June 2017. Full details here >>

Youth Advocate (YAP Ireland)
Deadline: 9 June 2017. Full details here >>

Fundraising Officer (Threshold)
Deadline: 16 June 2017. Full details here >>

Social Policy Assistant (South Dublin Voluntary Groups CLG)
Deadline: 30 June 2017. Full details here >>
Discover more jobs and volunteering opportunities at www.wheel.ie/jobs
Fundraising Advice & Guidance

Help with Fundraising >>
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Fundraising from the Public >>
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The average cost to raise €1 in 2016 was 30 cent

(Content courtesy of 2into3. Any views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of The Wheel.)
 

Do you know how much your organisation spends in order to raise €1? Do you know how much your peers spend? In order to measure and improve your organisation’s performance as well as make informed investment decisions, consider these 5 practical steps:
  1. Measure staff and non-staff fundraising costs by fundraising method and calculate the return on investment for each method each quarter. Engage both fundraising and finance staff to track revenue and expenses using the same approach.
     
  2. Calculate fundraising costs over a period of time to forecast results of each method and decide how to allocate fundraising resources most effectively.
     
  3. Develop targets for return on investment across all fundraising methods. Use benchmarking data to compare your results with those of your peers.
     
  4. Determine priorities for resource allocation based on your fundraising plan targets.
     
  5. Consider increasing your investment in fundraising. Build the capacity of your fundraising team to generate more net revenue.
The 2into3 Quarterly Fundraising Monitor provides subscribing organisations with benchmarking data to better inform and increase fundraising success.

Members of The Wheel can avail of a 25% discount on the 1st year subscription fee and 10% thereafter. Fundingpoint subscribers can avail of 50% discount on the 1st year subscription fee and 10% thereafter.

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Funding Deadlines
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The Arts Council - Engaging with Architecture Scheme: 8 June 2017
Baxter International Foundation Grants: 11 June 2017
Dublin Bus Community Spirit Awards: 23 June 2017
EPA - Event Support Grants: 30 June 2017
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Funding Finder Research

Searching for specifics when it comes to the funding available to your non-profit? Already a Fundingpoint subscriber, but just don't have the time to dig down into the detail? 
Then why not put The Wheel's extensive funding research experience to work for you?

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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