Get Grants Gets Together - Morning Session Are you involved in fundraising for a charity, community group or school in the West Midlands? Then come along to Get Grants Gets Together!We know that many fundraisers and organisation leaders experience huge challenges in their role - often facing these challenges alone. Since the launch of our monthly Virtual Fundraisers Networking in April 2020 we have brought thousands of fundraisers together in our online events.We now want to bring fundraisers together in-person to support each other and celebrate their shared achievements at our Get Grants Gets Together event.Across the session Get Grants Gets Together will provide a space for fundraisers to…- Spend some time with the grant fundraising experts and get insights in the sector- Chat to the Get Grants team about fundraising and work on applications.- Connect with like-minded fellow fundraisers from across the region.- Meet with some regional Funders and Experts, including Eveson Charitable Trust, Heart of England Community Foundation, easyfundraising, and Severn Trent Community Foundation.When: Tuesday 26th October, 9:30am - 12:30pmWhere: Moseley Hive, 93A Alcester Road, Birmingham B13 8DDRefreshments: Tea, Coffee, & Cake will be provided.Itinerary:- 9:30am – 10am: Guests Arrive- 10am – 11am: Networking- 11am – 12pm: Meet the Funders & Experts- 12pm – 12:30pm: Question timeOur Get Together is suitable for fundraisers working for a wide range of small to medium sized organisations from across the sector, including Registered Charities, Community Interest Companies (CICs)Community Groups, Scouts & Guides Groups, Sports Clubs, and Schools.What else do you need to know?Getting There: We recommend using public transport if possible. The venue is located on bus routes 50. The nearest train stations are Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Moor Street in the city centre. The nearest parking is Moseley Village Car Park (178 Alcester Rd, B13 8HJ) a 3-minute walk from the venue.Covid-19: Before the event we will have completed a health and safety risk assessment, which includes risks from COVID-19, however, to help us we ask that you please:- Don’t attend the event if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, including a high temperature, new continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.- Please use the hand sanitiser provided and clean your hands frequently.If you’d like more information, would like to let us know of any access requirements you have, or have any questions, you can contact us via our website or send us an email at [email protected] – we’d love to hear from you!About Get Grants:Get Grants are the grant funding experts, providing practical support, advice, and information to grant fundraisers. Our team has over 20 years working in both grant fundraising and grant giving. Uniquely, we share insights into how decisions are made by funders with an understanding of the challenges faced by fundraisers. Based in the West Midlands, Get Grants provides a range of consultancy services and training for both grant fundraising and grant giving organisations all over the UK. Register for free here.