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Fundraising: Have fun while raising more locally online training

We know you’re always on the lookout for new ways to raise funds and we want to help! Area Fundraiser Simon and Resource Editor Danielle have put together an interactive online training session to inspire you to try something different.

You’ll get the chance to:

  • meet other Coordinating Team members
  • share your ideas and experiences
  • discuss ways to raise more funds, that you might not have thought of
  • find out about the tools, resources and support available to make your fundraising plans a success

How does online training work?

We had fantastic feedback from volunteers who joined our first round of online training in June. Everyone enjoyed connecting with people they wouldn’t usually meet and loved being able to join in without having to go out!

When you log in to an online training session, you can see and interact with the other participants on your screen. Everyone gets the opportunity to ask questions, share experiences and even take part in smaller discussion groups.

Our online training is open to anyone who volunteers with a Coordinating Team, or is thinking about joining one.

Technical requirements

You can join online training by smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer. You can choose to use your device’s camera or to just be a voice in the discussion. You can also phone into the meeting whilst seeing any presentations or other participants on screen.

We use software called Zoom to run our online training.

  1. Find out more about using Zoom here

We know you can’t wait to sign up!

We’re running this online training four times in August, with morning, afternoon and evening options - we hope you’ll find a time that suits you and join us.

Click on the links below to book your place:

  1. Thursday 23 August 10.30 - 11.45
  2. Thursday 23 August 19.00 - 20.15
  3. Friday 24 August 12.30 - 13.45
  4. Friday 24 August 15.00 - 16.15

Any questions?

If you have any questions about taking part, contact us at

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