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Advice from former winners

The Dream Fund exists to rewards innovation and collaboration within the charity sector. Since 2011 the maximum award has increased from £100,000 to £1.5 million.

The Dream Fund is always highly competitive and developing high impact projects that are innovative and collaborative is not easy.

We asked a few of our recent Dream Fund winners to offer their advice on what charities need to do to give themselves a chance of developing a successful Dream Fund application.

  • Ross Miller, Director of Fundraising and Communications at Missing People won the Dream Fund in 2018 for the Search Dog Heroes project.
  • Malcolm Tyndall, Director of Fundraising & Strategic Innovation at Whizz-Kids won the Dream Fund in 2018 for the Wheels of Change project.

 

The mindset needed to win the Dream Fund

The key to a successful Dream Fund partnership

How to impress the Dream Fund judges

The challenges in delivering a Dream Fund project

So you think the Dream Fund might be for you?

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