Fundraising, Data protection, Legacies, Writing applications

Fundraising Fair 29-30 November 2017

Do you need a helping hand when it comes to fundraising?

Our packed 2-day schedule will help you get the funding you need.

Fundraising Fair is an event packed with sessions giving you the skills and inspiration to make fundraising feel like less of an uphill struggle.

We all know it can be a challenge to get the funds you really need to help your cause and your beneficiaries. That’s why we’ll be delivering training for fundraisers at all levels; so whether you are new to fundraising, an experienced professional or working at a senior level in fundraising, this event has a wide range of workshops designed for you.

 

View full session details here now – Full event programme for those attending in person.

If you’d like to book the live stream option only click here

 

Just a few of the topics being covered:

  • Legacy campaigns
  • Diversifying your income streams
  • Digital fundraising
  • Fundraising regulations
  • Social Impact Measurement
  • Proposal writing
  • Video and storytelling
  • Psychology of bid writing
  • Corporate partnerships
  • Major donor fundraising
  • Trustees and fundraising
  • Crowdfunding campaigns
  • Fundraising event management
  • Individual giving
  • Diversity in fundraising
  • Working with third parties

 See our line-up of speakers for this year’s fair

Single workshops are just £35. Or a day rate is £159. Check below for full price info.

 

View full session details here now – Full event programme for those attending in person.

 

Day One Plenary – GDPR is coming (12:30-13:30)

Gerald Oppenheim, Head of Policy and Communications, The Fundraising Regulator
Gerald was Director of Policy and Partnerships at the Big Lottery Fund until October 2010 when he became a freelancer working with charities, Trusts and Foundations on a wide range of policy projects. He is a Trustee and Chair of the Camden Society (a charity for people with learning disabilities), a trustee at Citizens Advice Camden and an independent board member of the Asda Foundation.

 

Carla Whalen, Associate, Russell Cooke Solicitors 

Carla is an associate solicitor in the charity and social business team. She assists charities, social businesses and other third sector organisations with all aspects of employment law, HR and data protection matters. Carla is Scots law qualified and trained at a leading Scottish firm.

 

Day Two Plenary – Responding to UK Emergencies: Is the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) a model to follow? (12:00-12:45)

In the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster and recent terror attacks, does the UK need a domestic umbrella organisation to coordinate donations and charities’ response, similar to the work of Disasters Emergency Committee for humanitarian crises overseas?

Chaired by Jay Kennedy (Director of Policy and Research at DSC).

Rob Williamson, Chief Executive, Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland

Rob is Chief Executive of the Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland, the largest community foundation in the UK. He joined it in July 2009, having previously been Director of Policy and Communications at Northern Rock Foundation. Rob has been a trustee of several national, regional and local charities. He is currently Vice Chair of UK Community Foundations, sits on the BBC’s Charity Appeals Advisory Committee and the Court of Newcastle University, and is a member of advisory panels for the Institute of Public Policy Research (the Future of Civil Society in the North programme) and Charity Bank.

 

Mark Astarita OBE, Executive Director of Fundraising, British Red Cross

Mark Astarita  is currently Director of Fundraising at the British Red Cross and former Chair of the Institute of Fundraising. He leaves the Red Cross in November after 14 highly successful years where he has trebled income. During his fundraising career, teams led by Mark have raised over £1.5 billion. Consistently voted the most influential person in UK fundraising by his peers, in 2016 Mark was awarded an OBE for his contribution to the charitable sector. Mark ran the fundraising for 7/7, One Love Manchester and recently Grenfell.  Few know more about emergency fundraising in the UK today.

 

If you’d like to book the live stream option only click here – We’ve now confirmed the 10 sessions that will be live streamed!

Book to attend in person and get Live Stream access at half price!

Whether you are booking just one workshop or anything up to a two day rate, you can add live stream access for just £29 (discount applies at point of purchase only)! That means you get live stream access at half price for colleagues who might not be able to attend in person (or if you simply want to review your learning after attending the event). You’ll get a guaranteed 10 hours learning on live stream (we’ll email you with details on accessing your Live Stream just before the event).

Day rate includes either:

  • 2 masterclasses and 1 workshop
  • 1  masterclass and 3 workshops
  • Includes lunch

 

View full session details here now – Full event programme for those attending in person.

 

 

  • Single workshops are £35
  • Masterclasses are £69
  • A day rate is £159 (£188 with Live Stream option)
  • A two day rate is £289 (£318 with Live Stream option)

Event Sponsors

Be Inspired Films helps individuals and organisations working as a force for good across business and society to bring their stories to life using video, animation and live streaming. Find out more hereWork for good is an online platform  that connects you with businesses who  want to give to your cause. We make it easier for businesses to give, we handle the legal hurdles and manage the payments. Charities can sign up free herePrint Social is an established expert screen printing studio which means unlike our competitors we can guarantee an unrivalled garment and print quality, excellent customer service and the cheapest base cost as well as a fast turnaround.How much time do you spend reporting back to funders? Makerble cuts your impact reporting time in half. Our easy-to-use platform is used by charities and foundations to record beneficiary progress, capture beneficiary feedback and create interactive Theories of Change.

Fair schedule

Select as many sessions as you would like per day as long as they do not overlap, then press the sign up button. The lowest price per band will be automatically calculated for you based on your selections.
 

Day one - Wednesday 29 NovemberPrice29 Nov 2017
Preparing for the GDPR£35.0010:00 — 11:00
MASTERCLASS How to redefine your supporter journey£69.0010:00 — 12:15
All you ever wanted to know about running a successful legacy campaign£35.0010:00 — 11:00
Trends in charity retail£35.0010:00 — 11:00
MASTERCLASS Presentation skills£69.0010:00 — 12:15
Keeping a grip on fundraising A guide to trustee duties£35.0011:15 — 12:15
Diversifying your income stream£35.0011:15 — 12:15
Putting supporters at the heart of your digital fundraising £35.0011:15 — 12:15
MASTERCLASS Fundraising codes of practice and regulations£69.0014:15 — 16:30
MASTERCLASS Motivating stakeholders on the right journey£69.0014:15 — 16:30
MASTERCLASS Social Impact Measurement (SIM) in the real world £69.0014:15 — 16:30
MASTERCLASS Digital fundraising planning your strategy and squeezing the most from each channel£69.0014:15 — 16:30
MASTERCLASS Beyond the A-Z of proposal writing£69.0014:15 — 16:30
Fundraising and campaigning£35.0016:45 — 17:45
Fundraising no longer your dirty secret£35.0016:45 — 17:45
Developing community fundraising£35.0016:45 — 17:45
Splat! I just dropped my ice-cream The role of emotion in storytelling£35.0016:45 — 17:45
The psychology of bid writing£35.0016:45 — 17:45
Lunch Day One£7.5013:30 — 14:15
Day two - Thursday 30 NovemberPrice30 Nov 2017
Doing the right thing in fundraising - why it's harder than you might think£35.009:30 — 10:30
MASTERCLASS Developing excellent corporate partnerships£69.009:30 — 11:45
MASTERCLASS Working with third parties£69.009:30 — 11:45
MASTERCLASS Boost your digital fundraising£69.009:30 — 11:45
Kick starting major donor fundraising£35.009:30 — 10:30
How to become a successful fundraiser£35.0010:45 — 11:45
Does the shoe fit? Which video platforms are right for you?£35.0010:45 — 11:45
MASTERCLASS Creating better boards£69.0013:30 — 15:45
MASTERCLASS Future fundraising the latest digital trends and tools £69.0013:30 — 15:45
MASTERCLASS Six step guide to successful crowdfunding campaigns£69.0013:30 — 15:45
MASTERCLASS The top 3 tips for winning grants from funders£69.0013:30 — 15:45
MASTERCLASS Fundraising event management£69.0013:30 — 15:45
Basics of effective fundraising £35.0016:00 — 17:00
Great fundraising events from experience to transformation £35.0016:00 — 17:00
Individual giving the how's ad the why's£35.0016:00 — 17:00
Diversity in fundraising £35.0016:00 — 17:00
Think outside the box when running out of funding options£35.0016:00 — 17:00
Lunch Day Two£7.5012:45 — 13:30

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29 Nov 2017£159.00
30 Nov 2017£159.00
All days£289.00

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