BY THE END OF THE session YOU WILL:
- understand what fundraising is, how it is regulated and key ethical considerations
- have considered the current context of fundraising and the implications of covid-19
- be clear on the key principles behind various fundraising techniques and identify examples of organisations using them well
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course is aimed at:
- people new to fundraising roles in small and medium-sized charities, helping them to understand the context for fundraising today and the fundamental principles of various income streams
- people stepping-up to lead a fundraising team and/or managing several income streams, giving them the confidence to manage new areas where they may not have direct experience.
WHO RUNS IT?
Jenni Anderson is a consultant at NCVO. Jenni has worked in the charity sector for over 20 years and has been a director of fundraising and marketing at national and local organisations including the Invictus Games Foundation, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Haven House Children’s Hospice and The Scout Association. Prior to moving into income generation she specialised in strategic communications. She helps organisations to diversify their income and service delivery through improved governance, income generation and strategy development.
This training will take place on Zoom. We will send out the Zoom link with the joining instructions before the session.
The training will run from 10.00 until 12.30 (BST) with a short break.
This course is being sponsored by the Sage Foundation
as part of their 5th Anniversary event. There is no cost to your organisation.By signing up to a course, you are agreeing to NCVO sharing your registration, attendance and evaluation data with the Sage Foundation in line with their privacy note
This event is free for NCVO members. There may be a charge to attend if you are a non-member. Please check the event overview or click the 'BOOK YOUR FREE PLACE' button for more details.