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Further Information for Potential Mentors

CO3 is delighted to announce a new leadership programme funded through the National Lottery Community Fund.

The new programme will offer tailored support to up to 30 third sector leaders, with a tailored mentoring programme, providing the selected leaders with a Mentor over an eighteen-month timeframe to develop and enhance their fundraising and income generation skills.

We are currently recruiting Mentors with a demonstrable track record in developing successful income generation strategies at a leadership level in the Third Sector.  Each Mentor will be assigned two Mentees to support for 18 months.

We are reaching out to third sector leaders who have particular areas of expertise in income generation in the following areas:

∙        Social entrepreneurship

∙        Trading income

∙        Contract tendering        

∙        Corporate partnerships

∙        Legacies            

∙        Big gift campaigns

∙        Grantmakers and foundations

∙        Individual giving

Our Mentors will be leaders, who despite a challenging external environment, have managed to create a sustainable basis for their organisation, ensuring financial stability. 

Mentors will be offered payment for their support in the programme.   

Mentees and Mentors will also have access to single-day training programmes, as well as the support of the broader group of mentors/mentees. 

If you would like to register your interest to become a Mentor, please complete this short register your interest form.

The deadline for expressions of interest is Monday 8 February 2021.

We will also be holding an information session for those interested in becoming a Mentor on Wednesday 27 January 2021 from 2pm – 3pm.  You can register for this event here

This will be followed by an informed conversation with Nora and a member of the CO3 board lasting approximately 30mins on the week commencing 15 February 2021

Key dates relating to the programme may be accessed here

Our Theory of Change for the programme may be accessed here