BCM: Meet the funder: easyfundraising

Who is this event for?

This is an online session for small community organisations in Birmingham, UK.

About this event

Your voluntary group, social enterprise, church, school, sports club or charity could benefit from unrestricted funding by using online fundraising website easyfundraising.

During this friendly online session, Becky from easyfundraising will show you how your volunteers, staff and supporters can use the easyfundraising platform to raise donations for free for your organisation when they shop with leading retailers.

What you’ll get by attending:

  • A live demonstration of how the website works
  • Instructions on how to get your organisation set up
  • Tips on how to raise as much as possible
  • A Q&A session with Becky.

When: Tuesday 20 September, 6 – 7pm.

Where: Online, via Zoom. We’ll send you joining details after you have booked your space.

How much: It’s free.

How to book you’re in the right place – book through Eventbrite, top right.

We hope to see you there!

easyfundraising was founded in Birmingham in 2007 and has since enabled good causes to raise over £41m. To find out more before the session, visit www.easyfundraising.org.uk/birmingham or contact becky@easyfundraising.org.uk

BCM will send you a Zoom link to access the meeting on the day of the session.

After registering for the event you find that you cannot attend, email us at info@birminghamcommunitymatters.org.uk to let us know. This will allow us to allocate your place to someone else.

Birmingham Community Matters (BCM) helps people to start and run small voluntary or community organisations. We do this through our ‘peer learning network’, by bringing people together to share their knowledge and experience.

Our motto is: ‘Everyone has something to learn and everyone has something to teach‘.

(BCM is not set up to help CICs through our everyday work. Read why.)

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