FSI Northern Fundraising Conference October 2019

The FSI’s popular Fundraising Conference is back in Leeds on October 24th, offering you relevant and inspiring insights into a range of vital fundraising topics.

Costing just £25, join us to hear from expert speakers, network with other charities, and come away with practical and useful tips for increasing your charity’s fundraising.

Sessions are selected based on demand and feedback in our Small Charity Skills Gap Survey, and this year will cover Digital Fundraising, Corporate Relationships, Legacies, Major Donor Fundraising and Developing Your Fundraising Strategy. Full details on each session is outlined below.

All sessions are tailored to small charities up to £1m turnover and will contain practical takeaways and inspiration to step up your fundraising.

You are also invited to stay for networking drinks to chat to the speakers and other likeminded organisations afterwards.

Venue: St George’s Centre, Great George St, Leeds LS1 3BR
Date: Thursday, 24th October, 2019
Time:  09.30 – 15.45 (networking from 15.45-16.30)
Cost: The FSI Fundraising Conference has an average market value of £295 but is delivered to our members for £25. You will need to pay £50 as a deposit when you book. We will refund the deposit, retaining a £25 fee which contributes to deposit and refund processing and administration costs. Deposits will not be returned in cases of partial attendance.

N.B. Three spaces are available per small charity – further spaces required after this will be placed on a waiting list.

 

 

 

If you would be interested in sponsoring this event please contact Lloyd Bidder on lloyd@thefsi.org or 020 7324 4777.

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This year’s sessions are:

 

  • Making Major Donor Fundraising Work for You

    Making Major Donor Fundraising Work for You: Charities are increasingly looking to major donors as a route to growing income and maintaining services embattled by funding cuts, but where do you start? This session will set you off on the ... view full talk outline »

  • Developing Your Fundraising Strategy

    Developing Your Fundraising Strategy: This session will walk you through the tools and mindsets you need to make sure your fundraising is as strategic and effective as possible. In this interactive, reflective session, you’ll think about where best to prioritise ... view full talk outline »

  • Corporate Fundraising – From Prospect, to Pitch, to YES

    Corporate Fundraising – From Prospect, to Pitch, to YES: Corporate fundraising can mean more income, volunteers and networks to help you spread the word about your cause. This session will take you through the key things you need to consider ... view full talk outline »

  • How to Reach New Donors Online

    How to Reach New Donors Online: Online fundraising is the future so it is vital that we as small charities are up to date on how we can grow our digital donations. This session will teach you how to reach ... view full talk outline »

  • Making Friends with Facebook Fundraising

    Making Friends with Facebook Fundraising: Facebook launched its Fundraising Tools in 2017 and since then it has raised over $1 billion. It is fast becoming one of the most accessible forms of online fundraising. From this session you will learn ... view full talk outline »

  • Legacy Fundraising – Getting a slice of the £3 billion

    Legacy Fundraising – Getting your small charity a slice of the £3 billion: Legacy income is worth £3bn a year to the charity sector, and an increasing proportion of this income is going to small and local organisations. This session ... view full talk outline »