What is a stake holder? share holder, anyone who has an interest or stake in an organisation... ie those who govern and those who benefit. Who is directly affected by the project? Those running it Those paid those attending or paying for it Those funding
Competor (indirectly affected)
Who are the key people affected by project? Find out how many people will benefit? Who is impacted or not impacted because you don’t yet exist
Gather support: Secure partnerships Access resources, money marketing, space, people, skills, Interest from audience and participants
Who is interested in the project? Who are the key people and organisations what is the working area. Who might want to take pet and why.. Who can help support the project and in what ways?
How could others help support the project? In kind? Funding? Who already has access to the resources and skills Space Advice and mentoring Technical support
For home work we need to work through this and....
Create a stakeholder map...
How to find people? The rugby club? Look at the ted talk about the post man who got James Brant ? the owner to by Plymouth argle to buy it. Chamber of commerce...
Where do funds come from and does fund raising cover 100% or could get some funding form other areas, like match funding or in kind or fees charged. What kind of match funding counts? Identify range of funds
Think about strength of proposal for the grant being applied for. Understand their criteria Your reputation and past success Accurate research into coast Is it realistic, necessary and achievable
What are funders looking for? Example: ACE NATIONAL LOTERY... (on slide) Use Rachel’s ACE cheat sheet. Very concise and makes you really think the project through. Use bullet points. Will need to think of groups who will engage like carers, socially isolated, people who are interested in the arts, schools, tourists? Evaluation will show how many came. And who how they