It will select between one and three training providers. Applicants are invited to apply for between £25,000 and £100,000 to run the programme of training between mid-February and June 2016.
In this case small charities are defined as those with an annual income of up to £1 million.
As well as providing the training, the successful applicant must also produce a complementary free fundraising resource, available freely both for those who attend the course and the broader small charity sector.
To give applicants a sense of the scale that is expected from the selected supplier(s), the Cabinet Office’s briefing document notes that “a previous OCS programme of £100k delivered 706 training opportunities to over 300 small charities”.
Applications to the Cabinet Office’s Small Charities Fundraising Training Programme close on 9 October 2015.
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