|Current Budget 17-02-09: Parade (see below)||£3000|
|Kuba Szreder||Travel Warsaw - London||£150||10.03.2009||N||Cinzia Cremona||staggered||coordination||£2000||??||part||£1000 claimed|
|Ewelina||May 2009||research trip to Poland||£124.99||??||N||comment|
|Kuba||date of claim||flight to london (PubliCamp)||£120||??||Y/N||comment|
|Total of requests:||£2394.99|
N.B. £3000 is the total budget (we think) for CP up to 06/09. There are other expense. See the Budget 08 09 table.
- What materials do we need?
- How much will it cost?
- Whom do we want to pay?
- For what?
- How much - or, according to what criteria?
- We need to start working on a draft budget for IAM.
We want to engage with the economies that surround us and the issues connected with funding a cultural project.
We want to try and use privately accumulated funding to enhance the 'public good'.
We want to adopt different strategies to engage with partners, instead of sponsors or funders
Here are some possibilities:
- grantnet is a useful site for advice of funding applications
- Esmée Fairbairn Foundation- with guidance for Applicants
- UK sponsorship portal Aims to link funders with fundees.
- Arts and Business is a network and consultancy fostering innovative partnerships between business and the arts.
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