How to Plan a Successful Capital Campaign

Capital Fundraising Campaigns raise large sums of money for building maintenance and/or large projects. Campaigns can last up to three years and each Capital Campaign requires clear planning, preparation and good project management.

Eleanor Gill will facilitate a lively and informative workshop providing a detailed plan for implementing your campaign.

A one-day workshop to help secure funds for a major project

  • Are you prepared? Health check, Feasibility Study and Budgets
  • How will you succeed? Campaign Management and Planning
  • Do you have the tools for success? Project Management and Case for Support
  • How will you raise the funds? Researching Potential Donors and Volunteer Leadership

To find out more, click here to download the workshop flyer

Alternatively please contact Sue Graham by email or phone the National Stewardship Team on 020 7898 1563.


This workshop is being delivered by Eleanor Gill, National Stewardship Legacy and Funding Officer and we are offering two different dates:

Date: Thursday 13th June 2013 OR
Date: Friday 21st June 2013

Venue: Church House, Great Smith Street, LONDON, SW1P 3AZ   
Time: 10.00 am – 16.00 pm
Cost: £15.00

Lunch is included in the cost as well as teas and coffees which will be provided throughout the course of the day, please indicate if you have any dietary requirements when you book.

To book your place download and complete the Booking Form and return to Sue Graham, Stewardship, Church House, Great Smith Street, LONDON, SW1P 3AZ

Meet Eleanor Gill

Eleanor Gill is the National Legacy and Funding Officer for the Archbishops’ Council in London. Although based at Church House, Eleanor is also out and about around the dioceses.

Having worked in the charity sector for a number of years, Eleanor joined the National Stewardship Team in November 2012, from an environmental charity. Prior to this Eleanor worked in grant fundraising for a public art gallery, and donor development for a direct marketing company. Eleanor also has a degree in Theology. 

Eleanor is the first point of contact for issues relating to Grant and Capital Funding projects and encouraging Legacy Giving.

If you would like to contact Eleanor directly, please email

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