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Sustainable Funding AnnualConference 2012More than money#sfp2012National Council for Voluntary OrganisationsSustainable Fu...
ChairBen KernighanDeputy Chief Executive, NCVONational Council for Voluntary OrganisationsSustainable Funding Project
Dawn AustwickChief Executive, Esmée FairbairnFoundationNational Council for Voluntary OrganisationsSustainable Funding Pro...
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation       Dawn Austwick
The Three Foundation Stones• Grant-making• Social investment• InvestmentPlus a range of supporting activities
What we spend (2011 figures)
Social investment – why are wedoing it?• To increase the overall size of the funding  cake• To match funding mechanism to ...
Some examples of socialinvestments                 Bristol Together                                     Land Purchase Fund...
Opportunities• Assets• Intellectual property• Revenue streams
Constraints• Balance sheets/financial strength• Technical expertise/resource/time• Information and access
Way forward• Specialised funds• Sharing resources and knowledge• Keep it simple, stupid!
Rachel Kirby-RiderExecutive Director of Fundraisingand Communications, Samaritan’sNational Council for Voluntary Organisat...
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  • Greno Woods – Sheffield Wildlife Trust £515,000 land purchase. Background As part of the Finance Fund, we have a short term land purchase facility. This buys land on behalf of three named conservation organisations - Royal Society for Protection of Birds, Woodland Trust and the Wildlife Trusts (47 separate trusts) - holds it for two years, giving them time to fundraise, and then sells it to them at an agreed price (purchase price plus a percentage uplift).   This facility only buys land where there is: urgent time pressure; the seller is not willing to offer the buyer a period of time to fundraise and buy from them at an agreed price in the future (the more common way these land purchase/sale deals are done) the land is of high conservation value no other conservation organisation is competing for the land one of the three partner organisations coming to us; these are substantial, well proven organisations, with significant fundraising capacity.
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    1. 1. Sustainable Funding AnnualConference 2012More than money#sfp2012National Council for Voluntary OrganisationsSustainable Funding Project
    2. 2. ChairBen KernighanDeputy Chief Executive, NCVONational Council for Voluntary OrganisationsSustainable Funding Project
    3. 3. Dawn AustwickChief Executive, Esmée FairbairnFoundationNational Council for Voluntary OrganisationsSustainable Funding Project
    4. 4. Esmée Fairbairn Foundation Dawn Austwick
    5. 5. The Three Foundation Stones• Grant-making• Social investment• InvestmentPlus a range of supporting activities
    6. 6. What we spend (2011 figures)
    7. 7. Social investment – why are wedoing it?• To increase the overall size of the funding cake• To match funding mechanism to need more appropriately in some cases• To make our money work harder• To contribute to market development
    8. 8. Some examples of socialinvestments Bristol Together Land Purchase FundLive Theatre Land Purchase Fund
    9. 9. Opportunities• Assets• Intellectual property• Revenue streams
    10. 10. Constraints• Balance sheets/financial strength• Technical expertise/resource/time• Information and access
    11. 11. Way forward• Specialised funds• Sharing resources and knowledge• Keep it simple, stupid!
    12. 12. Rachel Kirby-RiderExecutive Director of Fundraisingand Communications, Samaritan’sNational Council for Voluntary OrganisationsSustainable Funding Project
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