Ph: 06 878 3456

Improving Fundraising Results

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Potters Park Events Centre, Leonard Williams Room, 164-166 Balmoral Road, Mt Eden, Auckland
12.30pm – 4.00pm


Most of us in the community sector need to write funding applications.

How does the funding application process currently work for you? Is it a chore left to a few to struggle away with on their own?

Is it energizing or draining? Does it serve your organisation in any way other than through funding received?

What if the next time you applied for funding, you were able to use the process to clarify your strategic intent and build your capacity to show value and impact?

What if you could lift the funding application process out of a compliance, low energy activity into a valuable, enhancing activity for your organisation?

This workshop will show you how to use the funding application process to lift your organisation’s game around outcomes, evidence and evaluation.

Delegates are encouraged to bring their next funding application along to the workshop.

Who should attend

This workshop is for those who want to increase their capacity to show boards and funders the value of what they do. It is also for those who want to use the funding process to grow their ability to make a difference and to evaluate well and of course grow their resource base.

This three hour workshop will enable you to use the funding application process to:


Present clear, feasible outcomes.


Report effectively against those outcomes.


Tell a clear, lean story of change.


Engage your organisation in evaluative thinking and practice that will support you to do better, and to do better things.


Rachael Trotman

Director, Weave

Kate McKegg

Director, The Knowledge Institute


For further details, please contact:
Faye Johnson at or
Phone: 06 878 3456