Setting yourself up for fundraising success

Setting yourself up for fundraising success

From the 4th to the 6th of May we ran a three day online workshop focusing on the theme of ‘setting yourself up for fundraising success,’ with the ultimate aim of providing expertise in how to transition patient group funding away from community fundraising to applying to grants and foundations and accessing corporate funding.

Making the most of your trustee board

Making the most of your trustee board

Trustees are essential for any charity – they are, after all, the source of governance and oversight for your organisation: you can’t operate without them. For most small rare disease patient groups trustees are often not only the people providing oversight and...
Leading a rare patient group

Leading a rare patient group

Our latest workshop on the 22nd January focused on the topic of leadership within a rare patient group. We all know that leadership is a skill we should be very aware of and try to be good at but sometimes it’s hard to know how to start thinking about your own leadership skills. In a patient group context when employees and volunteers are often busy with other things, leaders don’t always have time to reflect on and improve their practice.