Dan Fletcher is Director (Fundraising) for Moore Kingston Smith Fundraising & Management. He has a broad background in fundraising and voluntary income generation from individuals, companies, grant-making trusts and statutory bodies. Over the years, he has used his broad experience to hold voluntary roles with the Institute of Fundraising, including Chair of the Corporate Fundraising group; Treasurer of the Hospitals Fundraising group; and Secretary of the London Region. He also previously acted as Vice Chair of Remember a Charity. Currently, he sits on the Institute’s Learning and Development Committee, is Treasurer for its Cultural Sector Network and is a trustee for Rethink Mental Illness. He holds a Diploma in Fundraising from the Institute.
What does a fundraising strategy look like when you don’t know what the future holds?
Planning for the future is never simple. Today’s uncharted waters are even harder to navigate. Dan advises arts and heritage charities on how to increase their chances of raising funds through developing better fundraising strategies and plans. His work with Moore Kingston Smith has given him insights into how different arts charities respond to the challenges of the future. He has learned how to read trends and identify what makes the most difference.Dan will share his observations and case studies, along with the tools he uses to help fundraising leaders in arts organisations make the most of their strengths and opportunities.