Marsha Miles Consultancy
About my company:
We deliver a unique mix of specialist consultancy services to help all types of organisations to grow.
Delivering predominately across the South West but not limited by geographical location, our core staff team are supported by a pool of associates, working together so that our client’s organisations are successful and resilient. We are a socially responsible business that invests some of its profits back into pro bono support for small local charities.
We deliver five key services; Bid Writing, Fundraising Strategies/Audits, Evaluation and Coaching/Training and we enjoy creating new services through our various Innovative initiatives.
We have worked with a broad range of organisations, these include:
Age UK and Local Mind associations, Ansbury Guidance, New Leaf Life Design, NHS Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group, Cleveland Fire Station, Brainwave, Elim Connect, Sea Cadets, Somerset Community Foundation.
Marsha is a Diploma member of the Institute of Fundraising, the consultancy is regulated by the Fundraising Regulator and the ICO, they hold a Cyber Essentials Certification to ensure high standards of protection of their client’s data.
We are registered as consultants with Good Finance and Somerset and Devon Community Foundations and the Institution of Fundraising Directory.
We believe in good mental health and Marsha is a trained Mental Health in the Workplace First Aider
About me: I am an experienced consultant and business owner with a wide breadth of vocational management experience. I hold a Diploma with the Institute of Fundraising and with my small team have written hundreds of successful funding bids raising in excess of 4 million pounds from trusts, foundations, social investors and public service commissioners.
A dedicated & passionate professional, have been running my own businesses since 2014 and my key skills are business management, bid writing and coaching.
I am interested and knowledgeable in mental health and wellbeing and can help with all areas of business development for not for profits and commercial start-ups.
I believe in the principles of honesty and generosity and I work hard to ensure I achieve high-quality results. I like to share my skills with those who may not otherwise have the chance to benefit and am driven by my need to enrich the world around me, nurturing the potential in others so that people and communities can realise their potential.
I was a finalist in 2019 for the Successful Women in Business Awards in the Socially Minded Award category and this year I am a finalist in the Entrepreneur Award.