A Handbook of School Fundraising

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Psychology Press, 1998 - Education - 310 pages
This title aims to guide the reader through the maze of statutory and other potential funding sources such as government departments, local education authorities or organizations with a specific interest or remit to help schools pursue avenues towards achieving their goals.
 

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Contents

Introduction
8
Preparing a grant application
28
Grants for development and building projects
44
Utility reduction
74
contract for supply 75 4 2 2 Direct debit 76 4 3 Electricity 76 4 3 1 Tariff
82
savings on all calls 85 4 7 Grants for utility savings 85 4 7 1 Grants towards
88
for Small Businesses 98 5 2 Staff management and governor training
98
and Training CEST 99 5 2 3 Inner City Task Forces 99 5 2 4 Teacher
106
Grants for moral and spiritual welfare 1 65
165
Grants for the arts and sport
178
Special circumstances
219
Support for overseas projects
257
Fundraising consultants
272
contact points
279
Scottish Enterprise Local Enterprise Companies
290
Organizations that help with teacher training
297

Grants from industry and commerce
110
Charity funding
155
European Resource Centres for schools and colleges
304
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