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Sponsorship


THE BENEFITS OF FORGING LINKS BETWEEN YOUR SCHOOL AND LOCAL BUSINESSES CANNOT BE OVERSTATED...


NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!


£46,406 raised through sponsorship since September 2012


£372,993 received from grant-giving trusts since 2012


Award-winning! In autumn 2015, the school won the


regional heat of the British Chamber of Commerce Education and Business Partnership Award


When the Headteacher of Balsall Common Primary School in Solihull decided to appoint a Funding and Publicity Manager, he had no idea how successful this would be! Three years into the role, fundraising guru Howard Rose debunks the theory that success requires experience: 'I began my career selling nancial services and enjoyed dealing with members of the public, working with numbers and solving problems. After 22 years in mortgage nance, I ran my own property portfolio until the recession hit in 2008. While seeking new work opportunities I was asked to cover for someone in the school ofce. I loved it! Running a school and running a business were not that different. I kept being asked back and became more involved each time. After 12 months, the Head told me that the school was converting to an Academy and asked if I would be interested in a new post – applying for funding, seeking sponsorship and forging links with local businesses. I don’t come from an education background and had no experience in fundraising, but I am logical, have a can-do attitude and common sense. How difcult could this be? With over 700 children benetting, the job satisfaction would be immense. I said "Yes!", and the rest, as they say, is history...’


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