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Building a progressive sector
Building a progressive sector


Our investment in Charity Fast-Trackers is an investment in the future of the charity sector.

Thomas Muirhead, Managing Director, Child.org

Apply for a Charity Fast-Track place, sponsored by Child.org.

International Development Charity Child.org will fund 250 Charity Fast-Track places a year (each place is worth £600 per person).

Your Child.org funded place covers:

  • Up to date course content and tuition
  • Dedicated expert support
  • Live webinar every month
  • Work closely with the Child.org team with access to exclusive work placements

In return for Child.org’s investment in your training, you agree to fundraise for the charity through your practical fundraising work on the course. Every Charity Fast-Tracker should raise at least £1500 over their 10 months.

Additional, optional costs you may encounter

Please note that as a Charity Fast-Tracker you will be responsible for the following costs, even if your place is subsidised by Child.org. None of these costs are essential to complete the course.

  • Tickets to optional events (Charity Fast-Track Bootcamp, full weekend including food and accommodation, £60).
  • You will pay for your own travel, food and accommodation costs during work placements, whether in the UK or abroad.
Register interest for 2020