Fundraising Conference

The FSI Fundraising Conference: Sharing the Best 2016

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The next Fundraising Conference will take place during Small Charity Week on 16th June 2016. The conference will give small charities the chance to access learning from experts in the fundraising field on a range of different topics which include:

  • Donor-centred Fundraising
  • Community Fundraising
  • Sporting and Challenge Events
  • Corporate Fundraising
  • Trusts and Foundations
  • Online fundraising

Date: Thursday 16th June 2016

Location: Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA

Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm

Cost: The event and all delegate materials are free of charge to FSI Small Charity Members and Associate Members. A £50 deposit is required to secure your place at this event. During Small Charity Week the Trustees of the FSI are donating the normal £10 booking fee usually charged for events organised and run by the FSI. You will therefore receive a full refund of your £50 deposit within 5 working days of the event as set out within our cancellation policy.

Are you a Member of the FSI?  If not you need to join to access the event.

Fundraising ConferenceBook your place

  • Donor-centred Fundraising

    Knowledge 3

    Join Alan Clayton, our headline speaker from Revolutionise for his session on Donor Fundraising. For the session outline, see below. Affinity:  the competitive advantage for smaller charities. Alan and colleagues have long preached a donor-centred approach to fundraising.  Recent events ... view full talk outline »

  • Online Fundraising

    Knowledge 3

    Join Stephen Mallison from Localgiving for his session on Online Fundraising. For the session outline, see below. Background Donor sentiment about small charities Charity engagement with digital platforms Going digital The objections (why don’t charities do it) The benefits (why ... view full talk outline »

  • Corporate Fundraising

    Knowledge 3

    Join Annette Saunders from Vanquis Bank for her session on Corportate Fundraising. For the session outline, see below. How charities can help corporates to achieve their objectives How to plan strategically and build long term relationships How to develop an ... view full talk outline »

  • Event Fundraising

    Knowledge 3

    Join Katrina Jones from Epilepsy Society and Dani Chamberlain from Beating Bowel Cancer for their session on event fundraising. For the session outline, see below: Trends in challenge events Third part vs bespoke events Treks (UK vs overseas) Cycling events ... view full talk outline »

  • Community Fundraising

    Knowledge 3

    Join Deborah Adams, Community Fundraising Manager from Breast Cancer Care on her session on Community Fundraising. For the session outline, see below: Community Fundraising – The Heart of All We Do Re-gaining trust – The public face of the charity’s fundraising operation/developing/ ... view full talk outline »

  • Trusts and Foundations

    Knowledge 3

    Hear from a funder on how small charities can best apply to trusts and build long term relationships with them. More details to follow.