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What you get with this Hourlie
I have done this work for a small charity (£60000 income per year including this method, large applications and service sales) which I worked at for 4 years and I am also currently doing it for one other charity.
There is no guarantee that you will successfully receive any grants but if your application letter is good and it is sent to enough trusts you will start receiving grants of £250-£2000, and easily make back the postage cost+my fee and start making profit.
I can send you some general advice on what to include in your application letter if required.
As this is currently a new service I am not sure I can estimate how many hours it will take to prepare and send the first set of letters but it should be 50-100 letters, or if this is your first time fundraising this way it could be much more if you can afford the postage.
What the Seller needs to start the work
The text of the 1-2 page application letter. Several different versions of it if you want to apply for general funds and specific projects.
A 1 page accounts summary if available.
Your letterhead and signature, and address for grants to be sent to.
Details of trusts you have already applied to or received money from in the the past year so applications are not
Postage costs of 55p per letter. (3 pages, including VAT)