Create Glos welcomes 1 of 15 new UK fundraising fellows as Arts Council confirms national rollout
Create Gloucestershire is delighted to be one of 15 organisations hosting the next generation of talented young fundraisers.
The Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Programme has just announced the next 15 Fellows joining arts organisations in the North, South West and London, and Arts Council England has confirmed support for the programme's expansion to the Midlands and East/South East in 2015.
The Fellowships were established to support the arts and cultural sector's sustainability and ensure its leadership is equipped with the vision, entrepreneurial expertise and ingenuity to secure the future health of the UK's outstanding arts and cultural sector.
Create Gloucestershire will be hosting Hannah Keville, who has recently completed a BA in Fine Art at Newcastle University, and for the past five years has worked as a youth ambassador for the Laing Gallery. She will take part in a year-long traineeship, whilst working towards achieving a Postgraduate Certificate in Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy. She will be working closely with Hollie Smith-Charles on our Catalyst-funded consortium developing private fundraising, and taking the lead on a county-wide philanthropy initiative.