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  • 1. Ideal and RAG Fundraising and Budgeting University of the Arts London Students’ Union
  • 2. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Aims To equip volunteers with the basic skills and knowledge to fundraise and budgeting for their projects and events
    • Objectives
    • Participants should be able to:
    • Understand what financial support RAG and Ideal projects will receive from the Students’ Union
    • Know what types of fundraising there are
    • How to approach each of these potential funders
    • Understand how to put together a fundraising plan
    • Know the key elements to construct and keep to a budget
    • Generate fundraising and budgeting ideas within the group
    • Identify and share the skills and contacts that the group of volunteers already have
  • 3. Why do you need to fundraise?
    • What funding do you get from the Students’ Union?
        • Volunteer expenses
        • Volunteer Training
        • Volunteer Travel
        • Use of the University sites and SU e.g. room hire, printing etc.
        • Staff and Sabbatical time
    • What funds do you need to raise?
        • Project Costs including equipment, art resources, publicity, food, drink etc.
        • i.e. anything you need to pay for to put on a successful project!
    Ideal/ RAG 07/08
  • 4. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Why do you need to fundraise?
    • What funding do you get from the Students’ Union?
        • Volunteer expenses
        • Volunteer Training
        • Volunteer Travel
        • Use of the University sites and SU e.g. room hire, printing etc.
        • Staff and Sabbatical time
    • What funds do you need to raise?
        • Project Costs including equipment, art resources, publicity, food, drink etc.
        • i.e. anything you need to pay for to put on a successful project!
  • 5. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Why do you need to fundraise?
    • What funding do you get from the Students’ Union?
        • Volunteer expenses
        • Volunteer Training
        • Volunteer Travel
        • Use of the University sites and SU e.g. room hire, printing etc.
        • Staff and Sabbatical time
    • What funds do you need to raise?
        • Project Costs including equipment, art resources, publicity, food, drink etc.
        • i.e. anything you need to pay for to put on a successful project!
  • 6. Methods of Fundraising
    • Grants from Charitable Trusts or Foundations
    • Corporate Sponsorship
    • Event Fundraising
    Ideal/ RAG 07/08
  • 7. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Methods of Fundraising
    • Grants from Charitable Trusts or Foundations
        • Ideal Projects – these projects all work with and directly benefit members of the community. This is a great position to be in when applying to trusts or foundations as many support those sorts of projects
        • Examples include the National Lottery, Local Council or Charitable Trusts
        • RAG – this may be more difficult however there may be trusts or foundations that support students and charitable work.
    • Corporate Sponsorship
    • Event Fundraising
  • 8. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Methods of Fundraising
    • Grants from Charitable Trusts or Foundations
    • Corporate Sponsorship
      • Sponsorship from a local business or company – offer something such as publicity in return for cash.
      • Donations from companies – e.g. art materials or decorations for the project
      • What will they get out of it? Offering something in return to the company often works wonders, don’t forget that there are 22,000 students at UAL - that is a lot of publicity for one company with little effort on their part!
    • Event Fundraising
  • 9. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Methods of Fundraising
    • Grants from Charitable Trusts or Foundations
    • Corporate Sponsorship
    • Event Fundraising
      • Self fundraising is a good way to have more control over what money you raise
      • Sponsorship events
      • Raffles
      • Band night in the SU bar
      • Clothes sale in your college
      • Collections at the local supermarket or cinema
      • The list goes on and on!
  • 10. Planning… Ideal/ RAG 07/08
    • The most important part of any project or fundraiser is the PLAN!
    • The 5 Ws … and a H!
            • What?
            • Why?
            • When?
            • Where?
            • Who?
            • How?
  • 11. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • The most important part of any project or fundraiser is the PLAN!
    • The 5 Ws … and a H!
            • What?
            • Why?
            • When?
            • Where?
            • Who?
            • How?
  • 12. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • The most important part of any project or fundraiser is the PLAN!
    • The 5 Ws … and a H!
            • What?
            • Why?
            • When?
            • Where?
            • Who?
            • How?
  • 13. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • The most important part of any project or fundraiser is the PLAN!
    • The 5 Ws … and a H!
            • What?
            • Why?
            • When?
            • Where?
            • Who?
            • How?
  • 14. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • The most important part of any project or fundraiser is the PLAN!
    • The 5 Ws … and a H!
            • What?
            • Why?
            • When?
            • Where?
            • Who?
            • How?
  • 15. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • The most important part of any project or fundraiser is the PLAN!
    • The 5 Ws … and a H!
            • What?
            • Why?
            • When?
            • Where?
            • Who?
            • How?
  • 16. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • The most important part of any project or fundraiser is the PLAN!
    • The 5 Ws … and a H!
            • What?
            • Why?
            • When?
            • Where?
            • Who?
            • How?
  • 17. Planning…
    • Then think about …
      • Time plan – give yourself plenty of time to do everything properly
      • Finance
        • what money have you got?
        • what do you need?
        • How much the event will cost vs. how much it will raise – does it balance?
      • Insurance, Risk Assessments and Security
      • Publicity and Marketing
      • Contingency Plan
      • Evaluation
    Ideal/ RAG 07/08
  • 18. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • Then think about …
      • Time plan – give yourself plenty of time to do everything properly
      • Finance
        • what money have you got?
        • what do you need?
        • How much the event will cost vs. how much it will raise – does it balance?
      • Insurance, Risk Assessments and Security
      • Publicity and Marketing
      • Contingency Plan
      • Evaluation
  • 19. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • Then think about …
      • Time plan – give yourself plenty of time to do everything properly
      • Finance
        • what money have you got?
        • what do you need?
        • How much the event will cost vs. how much it will raise – does it balance?
      • Insurance, Risk Assessments and Security
      • Publicity and Marketing
      • Contingency Plan
      • Evaluation
  • 20. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • Then think about …
      • Time plan – give yourself plenty of time to do everything properly
      • Finance
        • what money have you got?
        • what do you need?
        • How much the event will cost vs. how much it will raise – does it balance?
      • Insurance, Risk Assessments and Security
      • Publicity and Marketing
      • Contingency Plan
      • Evaluation
  • 21. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • Then think about …
      • Time plan – give yourself plenty of time to do everything properly
      • Finance
        • what money have you got?
        • what do you need?
        • How much the event will cost vs. how much it will raise – does it balance?
      • Insurance, Risk Assessments and Security
      • Publicity and Marketing
      • Contingency Plan
      • Evaluation
  • 22. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • Then think about …
      • Time plan – give yourself plenty of time to do everything properly
      • Finance
        • what money have you got?
        • what do you need?
        • How much the event will cost vs. how much it will raise – does it balance?
      • Insurance, Risk Assessments and Security
      • Publicity and Marketing
      • Contingency Plan
      • Evaluation
  • 23. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Planning…
    • Then think about …
      • Time plan – give yourself plenty of time to do everything properly
      • Finance
        • what money have you got?
        • what do you need?
        • How much the event will cost vs. how much it will raise – does it balance?
      • Insurance, Risk Assessments and Security
      • Publicity and Marketing
      • Contingency Plan
      • Evaluation
  • 24. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Budgeting
    • Be prepared to keep a tight hold on your budgets! Losing control means spending more money than you may have
    • Remember to cost even the small things such as pens and paper, don’t rely on anyone else to remember these things – have it in the plan!
    • Keeping costs down
      • Economise – shop around and make sure you have the best price before you buy
      • Blag! Ask companies to donate things or give you a discount
      • As a final resort use the cash that you have fundraised
  • 25. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Budgeting
    • Be prepared to keep a tight hold on your budgets! Losing control means spending more money than you may have
    • Remember to cost even the small things such as pens and paper, don’t rely on anyone else to remember these things – have it in the plan!
    • Keeping costs down
      • Economise – shop around and make sure you have the best price before you buy
      • Blag! Ask companies to donate things or give you a discount
      • As a final resort use the cash that you have fundraised
  • 26. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Budgeting
    • Be prepared to keep a tight hold on your budgets! Losing control means spending more money than you may have
    • Remember to cost even the small things such as pens and paper, don’t rely on anyone else to remember these things – have it in the plan!
    • Keeping costs down
      • Economise – shop around and make sure you have the best price before you buy
      • Blag! Ask companies to donate things or give you a discount
      • As a final resort use the cash that you have fundraised
  • 27. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Budgeting
    • Be prepared to keep a tight hold on your budgets! Losing control means spending more money than you may have
    • Remember to cost even the small things such as pens and paper, don’t rely on anyone else to remember these things – have it in the plan!
    • Keeping costs down
      • Economise – shop around and make sure you have the best price before you buy
      • Blag! Ask companies to donate things or give you a discount
      • As a final resort use the cash that you have fundraised
  • 28. Ideal/ RAG 07/08 Katy Cushen Volunteering Co-ordinator 020 7514 2320 [email_address] Katie Henry Activities and Volunteering Sabbatical Officer 020 7514 6261 [email_address]
  • 29. Any Questions? Ideal/ RAG 07/08
  • 30. www.suarts.org www.myspace.com/suarts Ideal/ RAG 07/08 ‘ Ideal’ and ‘ RAG at SUARTS’