Planning and promoting events.
East Sussex Community Information Service (ESCIS) is a computer database of local and community information developed and managed by the Library and Information Service of East Sussex County Council in association with Brighton and Hove Library Service. It is a free resource for everyone and it is free to list your events.
This East Sussex Community Information Service (ESCIS) resource lists many newspapers and magazines throughout East Sussex.
This extract is taken from the NCVO guide to running a stress free event. Here you will find information and advice on how and when to promote your event.
Event fundraising offers many opportunities to get a range of people and communities involved in your organisation’s work. This guidance from the Institute of Fundraising includes information about working with volunteers, key considerations, planning and preparation and more.
Charity events can be a great way to raise money for a good cause while presenting a visible and positive approach to publicising your cause to the community. In this NCVO guidance you will find some pointers on how to plan a successful charity event and to get the most out of it.
Event fundraising is a way to bring communities together to fundraise for a particular cause. This guidance from the Fundraising Regulator contains standards for planning and carrying out events (including challenge events) in the UK or overseas, including getting any permission that is needed to use a site, making sure the event is safe and managing the risks responsibly.
Developed by the Cabinet Office, this guide will help you to plan and run successful events with a minimum of red tape and, if you are holding a particular type of event, it will help you to find the specific advice you need.