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CSR and Fundraising Training Toolkit

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A comprehensive training toolkit for youth workers on getting SMEs support through CSR activities.

Aims of the tool

The training toolkit aims to help youth organizations in improving the fundraising and CSR knowledge and skills of their youth workers and other staff, in order to get more support from SMEs for their projects.

Description of the tool

The training toolkit includes comprehensive theory and workshop scenarios to gain fundraising and CSR knowledge & skills.
The training toolkit on CSR and Fundraising was developed within CoOp - Cooperate to Operate project, co-funded through Erasmus+ Programme. See more details: https://coop.norsensus.no/.

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Tool overview

CSR and Fundraising Training Toolkit

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2609

This tool is for

Youth workers and youth organizations from Europe.

and addresses

Organisational Management

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Norsensus Mediaforum, Youth Work Ireland, Asset Tec, fundacja Samodzielni Robinsonowie, Fundatia Danis

in the context of

CoOp-Cooperate To Operate Project

The tool has been experimented in

Training Course

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Paula-Mariana Beudean (on 26 September 2019)

and last modified

23 September 2019

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