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“Cause4 is an excellent organisation, well connected and clear in its ability to shape and advise. They offer challenge, and will steer stakeholders with diplomacy while holding a clear line on what will move the organisation towards its goals.”

Simon Larter-Evans, Headmaster, St Paul’s Cathedral School

Stimulating new Creative Businesses - Guildhall Creative Entrepreneurs

Supporting aspiring entrepreneurs in the performing arts and creative industries.

Trustee Leadership Programme - Sports Governance

23 April 2020

Cause4 is excited to launch its first bespoke one-day training programme for Board Members across the sports sector.

About this Event

Building on the success of our award-winning Trustee Leadership Programme, in April 2020 Cause4 will deliver a bespoke one-day training programme for Trustees, Board and Committee members across the sports sector – from National Governing Bodies to sports clubs across the UK.

Michelle Wright writes for Arts Professional

26 March 2020

Communicating with donors at a time of crisis

Fundraising might seem impossible right now but donors need to hear from you on good days and bad, writes Michelle Wright.

Covid-19 has impacted on the international community at a speed and scale that very few people could have foreseen. Whilst well run arts organisations will all have appropriate risk and contingency plans in place, a global pandemic was not something that would have been part of most risk registers.