Local Charity Looking For Amazing FundraiserPosted on 1st April 2016 by Jo Crease
Another charity looking for an amazing fundraiser? Yes. But not just any charity.
We are local, we make a difference, we connect.
We are proactive, we are collaborative, we are a great team.
We have a clear strategy and a great Board.
We are finding the resources we need to invest in developing our fundraising base.
We are finding the resources to invest in you.
Fundraising Comedy Night a Big Hit!Posted on 16th February 2016 by Jo Crease
Tuesday 9th February was a special day for us — we were the chosen charity of the last ever Charity Chuckle comedy night at the Komedia, with a packed line up hosted by NCS volunteer and top comic Zoe Lyons.
Brighton University Students Raise £1400+ for ImpetusPosted on 27th June 2014 by Seb Feast
Last week, University of Brighton students carried out some fundraising activities for Impetus. Their hard work generated a total of £1437.86! We think that’s an impressive figure for the short time they had, and all of us are feeling very grateful. Matt Day (manager of ASpire, Interact, and Better Futures) visited the uni today to personally give our thanks and collect the cash donations.
ASpire Duke of York’s screeningPosted on 26th June 2009 by hendrickx1
ASpire will be holding a private screening of the film ‘Adam’, which features a man with Asperger Syndrome and his relationship with a non-AS woman.
The date is to be confirmed, but looks likely to be in September or October, when the film is released in the UK. It will take place at the Duke of York’s Cinema in Brighton.
This is going to be a fundraising event and thanks go to the efforts of Jo and Jamie, our events fundraising volunteers for their work in this area.
More details as they arrive…
Life in the sector = fundraising?Posted on 17th October 2008 by stevelawless
So much development time goes into fund-raising when you are a part of the voluntary sector. We get ecstatic when someone recognises the benefits of our work and give us a grant to continue or extend it. But the reality is that a large proportion of time has to go in to fund-raising just to keep the same levels of service. We always have to plan for the next funding cliff edge.