It’s back by popular demand!
After the success of our inaugural Northern Fundraising Conference last year, we are excited to be bringing back the best in fundraising practice to Leeds this October.
- Develop new skills you can put into practice straight away
- Be inspired with new ideas and fresh perspectives
- Gain confidence from hearing how other small charities have done it
- Network with other small charities, funders and experts
With a market value of £295, FSI Members can get all this for just £15!
Throughout the day, you’ll learn about developing corporate relationships, growing community and events fundraising, creating a culture for sustainable fundraising, and future-proofing your fundraising. More details will be revealed throughout August and September, so watch this space.
“I would recommend 100% – it was a fantastic day. I learned lots and am looking forward to applying it all practically to our work!” Georgia Bond, Challenge Ministries Swaziland UK
Any questions? Give us a call on 020 7324 4777
To sponsor at the FSI Fundraising Conference contact us on email@example.com or 020 7324 4777
N.B. Two spaces are available per small charity – further spaces required after this will be placed on a waiting list.
FSI Members with an annual turnover of less than £150,000 per annum (and no more than 2 FTE paid staff) can send volunteers to our training courses and conference programmes. Members with an annual turnover of less than £250,000 per annum but are 100% volunteer-led can also send a volunteer. If you have any queries, please contact our Membership team on 0207 324 4777.
Spotlight on a Speaker: Morgan Kainth
After receiving overwhelming feedback from the London Fundraising conference, we are pleased to announce that Morgan has agreed to again share her expertise on fundraising with millennials at this year’s Northern Fundraising Conference.
Millennials are increasingly being seen as a source of new donors in the fundraising world. Research from Deloitte has highlighted 63% of millennials donate to charity and 43% actively volunteer. However, they are embracing new technology-based forms of giving to help make a difference to charities they engage with.
For charities to engage with this potentially new audience they have to think outside of the traditional approach. Hear from Morgan on how she maximised the power of millennials to donate over £500,000 to impactful small charities.
Morgan has worked in the philanthropy sector for over 5 years. She has led on growth strategy and operations for two highly innovative organisations, and led on the development of a platform which seeks to engage millennial donors with exceptional small charities through alleviating the perceived “pain points” of charity. Passionate about small charities and innovation, she is currently consulting on engagement strategies for small charities and two tech platforms that (she hopes) will democratise corporate giving and provide donors with the ability to make impact led decisions on how and where they give.
Through her work she has been able to work with Millennials to UHNWIs, regular donors to those seeking to make substantial endowments, cash and asset donors, and those looking to benefit organisations both in the UK and overseas.