Ask yourself one question. Can you honestly say, hand on heart, that you’re getting the best out of every role in your team or organisation? Is every penny of the charity’s funds being put to best use? If the answer is no, or you are even unsure, then it is very likely that there is a better way of doing things. We can help you to review your current structure or activities and make recommendations for improvements. We will also provide an action plan that will make any changes as painless as possible.
We can review all of your fundraising activity and return on investment, then look at how to maximise your gains in the future. We’ll create a fundraising strategy that is clear, workable and easy to implement.
We often find that smaller charities can’t afford the luxury of a dedicated member of staff to apply for grants. This is where we come in. We can help you write cases for support and cross reference your projects against our database of over 1,000 charitable trusts and foundations. We’ll make your application process a lot more effective and efficient. If you would like more information about how our fundraising consultants in Cornwall can help, please get in touch.
Sometimes, people don’t leave a legacy to a charity, not because they don’t want to, but because they don’t know how. We will provide you with an action plan that will provide your patrons with a clear understanding of what they need to do if they want to leave a legacy to your charity. We can also help to set up a free Wills scheme for your organisation.
If your fundraiser is administering legacies, consider giving this responsibility to us. Once you’ve been notified of a legacy, the money is pretty much guaranteed – as such, fundraisers should be concentrating on where the next pot of funding is coming from, not on the minutiae of legacy administration. We have many years of experience in administering both simple and complex legacies.
We can help you identify those areas of work that will be attractive to different types of funders. Sometimes a simple change in the language you use can make a funder stand up and take notice. We’ll show you what works and what doesn’t work to make your cases for support as strong and attractive as they should be.