Fundraising Consutancy

Fundraising Consutancy from Cumbria Fundraising Consultancy

By: Cumbria Fundraising Consultancy  05/05/2015
Keywords: fundraising, marketing strategy, charities

Cumbria Fundraising Consultancy (CFC) is an independent fundraising consultancy that is committed to raising funds for Cumbrian and other North West charities and not-for-profit organisations. Whether it is help with a Capital Appeal, a start-up infusion of revenue for a new Community project, funds required to support an existing project running into financial trouble, help with a plan to expand your current provision, or a new piece of equipment, CFC can help you identify relevant sources of funds and provide the documentation needed to support your case! Get in touch For a free initial discussion of your fundraising needs then Contact Us to see how we can help. One of us will get back in touch with you as quickly as we possibly can. For further details visit our website www.cumbriafc.org.uk Email: [email protected] Tel: 01900 813209

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