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CAP’s successful Fund Your Church training day has helped hundreds of churches around the UK in the last five years to find the finances to match their faith. This could be finance for a building, a community project or anything else!

Amongst other things, you will learn how to develop a funding model and a strategy for your church, along with where to find funds, how to match funders to your specific needs and how to write applications.

The day will also present you with the opportunity to network with other churches from across London and the South East.

4 November 2017 | Everyday Church, 30 Queens Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 8LR

Speakers:

Dan Furlong

Daniel Furlong

Daniel is CAP’s Trust, Campaign and Major Gift Specialist. He is an excellent communicator and master application writer, under his leadership trust funding now represents seven per cent of CAP’s annual income. He lives in West Yorkshire with his wife Jo and their daughter Ariela.

Sam Healey

Sam Healey

Sam is CAP’s Local Funding Officer and has been instrumental in the development of CAP’s funding support for its local church partners around the UK. This includes helping them to raise over £700,000 in 2016. In his spare time Sam enjoys reading and walking in the Yorkshire Dales with friends.

Interested? It costs £100 per person to attend, which includes a buffet lunch.

Early bird discount: Book in before 18 September for just £75 per person

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