We work with clients to establish new, or improve existing, trust fundraising programmes.

There are typically three key steps to the process:
Some of our clients have requested that we work with them on an ongoing basis so they can benefit from our experience and expertise, with greater flexibility and often at a lower cost than employing a full-time fundraiser with comparable experience.

This service is typically charged on a day rate basis. The number of days required will depend on the number of funding priorities, amount of funding required and the number and type of applications to prepare.



Special Olympics Great Britain provides a year-round programme of sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, through its local volunteer-led clubs around the country. Despite reaching over 10,000 people each year, they have a small national office and very limited internal fundraising resource.

We work with Special Olympics Great Britain to help them identify appropriate funding opportunities, develop proposals for a range of projects and services, develop tailored applications to secure new grants and build long term relationships.
We have been working with KEDA for a year - the quality of work is always high standard and we now have a focused grants fundraising programme. As a relatively small charity with tight budgets KEDA give us peace of mind that every penny invested into fundraising is being worked as hard as possible!

Karen Wallin, CEO

If you would like help with your trust fundraising programme, get in touch