The Commissioners Community Fund Bidders Workshop

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire would like to invite you to attend The Commissioners Community Fund Bidders Workshop on 4th March 2015. The workshop is an opportunity to learn more about bidding for the fund in 2015/16 and understand what makes a successful bid.


Who is this for?

This event is for all managers and staff in voluntary and charitable organisations working in Hertfordshire with the responsibility for revenue generation or fundraising and who are intending to make a bid for the Commissioners Community Fund in 2015. This is open to all including bidders from previous years.


Why should I attend?

This will be an opportunity for you to learn what we are looking for in bid applications so that you can write a compelling bid which will hopefully result in funding for your organisation in 2015.


How will the day work?

The agenda will follow with your booking confirmation but the day will be made up of presentations and groupwork with plenty of time for questions! There will be morning coffee and a buffet sandwich lunch provided.


Do I need to bring anything?

Bring your bids, whatever stage they are at as they will be used as a basis for the groupwork session in the afternoon. This is an opportunity for everyone to share, discuss and get feedback on their draft bids.


When and where is it taking place?

There is one date for the workshop, 4th March in Stevenage. The day will run from 10am - 3pm


How much will it cost?

The workshop is free!


I'd like to come! How can I book a place?

Spaces are on a first come, first serve basis. To book send an e-mail with your Name, Job Title, Organisation Name and contact telephone number to: If you have any additional requirements please include them.


Any more questions?

Please contact Ben using the details below.



Ben Harris | Victim Services Project Officer |Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire | Harpenden Police Station | 15 Vaughan Road | Harpenden| AL5 4GZ | 01707 806153.