Embedding Fundraising into your organisation

Watershed, 1 Canons Road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5TX

02072471430
artsfundraising@cause4.co.uk
http://artsfundraising.org.uk/

Thursday 21 March 2019
11am - 5pm
Opening Hours: 9am - 9pm
Admission Fee: £135 (£125 concession)
Booking essential
Book online here: http://artsfundraising.org.uk/developing-organisation-wide-approach-fundraising/

Successful fundraising requires not just creative ideas and specialist expertise, but support from every part of the organisation. This course will support you to negotiate your organisation’s competing agendas and objectives, to navigate barriers created by other people or departments, to create a fully coordinated approach that will maximise the potential for fundraising.

Who is it for?

The course is designed for Managers and Leaders of arts and cultural organisations whether in fundraising roles, or other broader management positions.

What will I learn?

  • An understanding of what an organisation-wide approach to fundraising looks like
  • How to realise this approach within your organisation and overcome objections or barriers
  • An appreciation of the organisational culture needed to achieve fundraising targets
  • A methodology to bring everyone on board with your fundraising goals
  • The changing laws and regulations around fundraising including the new Fundraising Regulator and GDPR
  • The latest trends in fundraising via our specialist national data for arts fundraisers

The course will run from 11am – 5.00pm. Lunch is included.

 

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