Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

This resource is part of a training programme in business planning, service development and evaluation. It can be used for training or general services development by managers and staff.

The first part of this worksheet describes general questions that most funders ask applicants and bidders to answer in making a case for funding.  The second part goes into more detail by explaining outcomes, inputs and outputs and how this idea helps you to plan and gets you focused on what you are trying to achieve.

Fundraising and how to plan your approaches to funders and commissioners

Elsewhere on this site are funding related tools and resources such as model evalaution reports or snippets of advice on funders and news of winning bids

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