As you consolidate your club’s work with young people and as it gathers momentum, you may find that there are more opportunities for new projects than there is money to fund them. The sure way to securing more funding is to work in partnership with other organisations (including the BGA and other gliding clubs), to network locally to spread the word and to design projects carefully to maximise the project benefits. The BGA publication ‘Project Planning and Funding Guide’ sets out the principles of project planning.
To assist you in the hunt for funding, the BGA subscribes to the Directory of Social Change’s Trustfunding website. To gain access, please contact Alison Randle who can also advise you as you develop your plans.