Fundraising

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A briief look at the various options of raising private funding for the arts

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Fundraising

  1. 1. Barclay Price, Director Scotland
  2. 2. Corporate Sponsorship
  3. 3. Corporate Sponsorship Why should a business be interested? What have you got to ‘sell’? Cash or in kind? What could you offer in return? Which sector/company might be relevant / interested?
  4. 4. New Arts Sponsorship Grants Scottish Government funded Managed by Arts & Business Scotland Offers £1 for £1 against business sponsorship Business must be sponsoring in Scotland for the first time or not have sponsored for 4 years Cash or in kind sponsorship Arts project gets matching cash – business gets equivalent additional sponsorship benefits Minimum £1,000 Maximum to either one arts org or business is £40,000 in year
  5. 5. New Arts Sponsorship Grants £1 for £1 (Scottish Government funded and manage by Arts & Business Scotland Petrus Creative, a design agency based in Glasgow, provided design and print services to the 2009 Piping Live! Festival of £5,000 and NAS matching grant went towards additional programming.
  6. 6. Individual giving
  7. 7. Individual giving Friends scheme Donations – passing the hat Legacies Fund raising events Adding donation to ticket/CD price Social media models (Facebook)
  8. 8. Crowdfunding

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