How we have helped others
Orchard Fundraising has helped numerous charities, non-profits and other organisations in several ways over the past years. Our services are recognised as highly efficient, rewarding and personable. Below are some real-life case studies from organisations we have worked with, which show the type of results we are capable of helping you achieve.
Trust and Foundation fundraising strategy for Newent Association for the Disabled
Utilising our knowledge of the trust and foundation funding environment, we recommended that initially, the focus should be on building relationships with smaller trusts and foundations and use this to work towards a sustanainable funding model.
Fundraising to restore and renovate a Grade: II* listed museum
Orchard Fundraising raised £500k in funding, to support the restoration and transformation of Tewkesbury Museum into a vibrant community heritage hub.
Helping charities survive the pandemic
Orchard Fundraising responded quickly to the pandemic by offering small charities pro bono fundraising support during the first lockdown. ARCOS was one of our first pro bono clients, we quickly familiarised ourselves with ARCOS’s services and assisted them to bring in emergency funds to cover lost revenue.
Over £100k raised for Newent Association for the Disabled through trust and foundation funding
Our in-depth research skills meant that we were able to identify trusts and foundations that were offering Covid-19 response funding, secure funding by building relationships with the funders and highlight the importance and immediacy of the charity’s situation.
Fundraising Support for Bristol Horn Youth Concern
We understood the challenges that a volunteer-led organisation faced. Our fundraising support enabled Bristol Horn Youth Concern to continue to provide crucial services to help the communities they serve.
Hartpurys Agri-Tech Education Centre
In February 2018, Hartpury University and Hartpury College in Gloucestershire successfully submitted a proposal for an innovative Agri-Tech Education Centre at their campus farm to the Gfirst Local Enterprise Partnership (Gfirst LEP) fund and secured £1M for the new initiative.
Trust and foundation funding for St Philip and St James in Leckhampton church renovation project