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How a small, rural primary school raised £50,000 for a new classroom

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new on 6 November 2018
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Snape Primary School needed to raise money to build a new classroom, so it could expand to take more pupils. Here’s how they did it, and how you can too.

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Contents

  1. 1 The need for a new classroom
  2. 2 Have a small group lead the project
  3. 3 Apply for grants
  4. 4 Hold a flagship event
  5. 5 Offer a legacy opportunity for donors
  6. 6 Maximise your donations with Gift Aid
  7. 7 Promote, promote, promote
  8. 8 Don’t forget the follow up

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