A chance to meet funders

Sheffield Funding Fair

Thursday 13th March 2008, 11am–4pm

Sheffield Town Hall, Pinstone Street, S1 2HH.

The event is free and there is no need to book in advance.

Meet funders, including:

  • The Big Lottery Fund,

  • Burngreave New Deal for Communities Small Grants,

  • Sheffield Church Burgesses Trust,

  • JG Graves Charitable Trust,

  • South Yorkshire Community Foundation,

  • Sheffield City Council Small Grants Fund.

Get advice from support organisations including:

  • Voluntary Action Sheffield,

  • South Yorkshire Funding Advice Bureau,

  • Sheffield City Council Parks,

  • Area Action Teams.

More funders and partners who agree to attend will be added to this list regularly .

For more information and updates on the fair or to get funding news, advice and information, please phone Sara Williams on (0114) 249 4343, or email sara@syfab.org.uk.

Further information can be viwed at: http://www.syfab.org.uk

Sheffield Funding Fair
11:00am to 4:00pm Thursday 13 March 2008

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