Lindsay Dalton-Hopwood

Lindsay Dalton-Hopwood

Lindsay Dalton-Hopwood is senior European fundraiser at the British Red Cross and focuses on developing project and partnerships within the European Community. She has worked in fundraising for almost 20 years covering culture, education, overseas development and emergency response.

You can find Lindsay on Twitter @LindsayDH.

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Surviving a European funding rejection: British Red Cross' 'brilliant mistakes'

You've worked hard on your European funding application, but it's been rejected. That's not the end of the story. Lindsay Dalton-Hopwood explains how the British Red Cross resubmitted a failed application, and got funded - and how you can too.

How to approach funding from Europe

Europe might seem like a mess at the moment, what with bail outs and debt crises galore, but for charities that know what they're doing, the European Union can provide lucrative funding opportunities. Lindsay Dalton-Hopwood offers this primer on European funding ahead of a series of articles on how to obtain and deliver EU grants.

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