You’re invited to our 2021 fundraising webinar
During these changing times, easyfundraising is a pandemic proof fundraising option for your Shed. Head over to their free webinar on Friday January 29th at 2.00pm to find out how it works, see a live demo, get advice on how to sign up and ask the easyfundraising team questions. If you’ve been before they are sharing some new info that will be useful.
It’s free to attend plus there’s a prize draw with a chance to win £25 for your Shed. More than one member can attend so please spread the word to other Shedders too!
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_z928-sTJSA-plNobE5My9g
If your Shed isn’t using the service yet sign up here: http://efraising.org/awfl0KjNEr
Fundraising was tough in 2020 so here’s one simple thing you can do to make it easier in 2021 – make sure your Shed is registered with easyfundraising.
Community groups tackling loneliness to benefit from £4m fund
Local Connections Fund will be open to charities and interest groups that reduce social isolation.
Here are our latest finds on pots of money for your Men’s Shed
Last Christmas, more than 50,000 good causes benefitted from donations through easyfundraising. A massive £1.6m is set to be raised by shoppers using easyfundraising this Christmas – here’s why your Shed should get on board….
Want to win £1,000 for your shed? Hurry 1st day nominations expire today!! bit.ly/2ImvGzP
The Organisation Ecclesiastical is helping charities raise money this year through its Movement for Good awards. Ecclesiastical has set aside £1million for worthy charities in a December initiative called ’12 Days of Giving!’
Has the lockdown put paid to the great plans you had for your Men’s Shed? Good news is there’s support to get things back up and running!
The Bernard Sunley Foundation awards grants for the building or refurbishment of scout huts, village halls, community centres, youth clubs, boxing clubs, outdoor activity centres, farm and outdoor learning centres, sports centres and pavilions, playing fields and playgrounds. They also fund the purchase of new minibuses that assist those most in need in their local communities.
Visit their website for more http://www.bernardsunley.org/categories/community
Please be advised Bernard Sunley Foundation only support registered charities.
Not sure where to begin getting your Shed charitable status?
Sign up for a UK Men’s Sheds Membership and we’ll help you with this and more! Phone: 0300 772 9626 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It was a great surprise to
The Silvers’ Workshop, Reading to receive a call from Jacqueline Fieldsend,
ASDA Tilehurst, Community Champion. She was interested in knowing when we hoped
to re-open the Workshop and if a representative could meet her at the Tilehurst
store to discuss our plans.
The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) offers scholarships of up to £18,000 for the training and education of talented craftspeople.
In case you missed the easyfundraising session at last weeks ShedFest, don’t forget you can register your Shed and start raising free money too. As mentioned in the session easyfundraising is an online shopping website that fits in very well with other fundraising activities and will run along in the background with very little effort required. Dalbeattie Shed have raised nearly £200! Just let your Shedders and other supporters in the community know that they can support you when they shop online without it costing them a penny! For more information visit here http://efraising.org/mu38jhPtAK