November 17th 2020 – #FundraisingEverywhere
Through this session Tiger will share the work the National Trust is doing in relation to both Inclusion and Volunteering to amplify voices and respond to shifts in mindset and behaviour.
November is all about reconnection at Alzheimer’s Research UK! We are now back
together after almost half of our employees had been on furlough or part-time furlough leave since May. This session shares how we’ve brought people together and the lessons we’ve learnt on sharing content, working across teams and hosting our first virtual away day.
Lessons from our award winning virtual webinar series for people affected by stroke.
A brief analysis on how compliant fundraising was regarding COVID-19 safety measures, and how this second can help organisations return safely and confidently after the this lockdown.
*But it’s not all bad news. We’ll scope out what the purpose-led landscape looks like today, and how non-profits can make sure they don’t get left behind.
After what feels like 10 years since #BAMEOnline (it has been four months), curator Martha Awojobi catches up with two speakers from the conference to discuss whether anything has really changed since #BAMEOnline.
In this session, Whitney Brown reviews the methods of fundraising and campaigning of US and Canadian political parties to uncover how charities can build community and connection, and raise money for causes that bring people together.
Sharing the lessons we can learn from Massive’s latest research and analysis of over 150 virtual fundraising events. To understand what has driven success from virtual fundraising during the first 9 months of COVID based living and what they can tell us about the year ahead.
In this session Jill will show you just how powerful a fundraising tool Facebook Challenge Events can be. With examples from non-profits who are doing it really well, you will leave feeling motivated to bring this opportunity to your next team meeting!
In this session, Enthuse will exclusively unveil its Donor Pulse Winter Edition. This quarterly study has tracked the public’s behaviour and attitudes to giving throughout the crisis.
Tune in for more reasons to be cheerful as we round off 2020. Learn:
The key audiences to engage to grow your income;
How to harness giving trends during the crisis;
Why brand differentiation is your secret weapon and how to nail it.
I helped set up a free map to collate all the locations offering free school meals for children during October half term. This is a tale of how an impromptu lunchtime idea escalated into something great, and the important lessons you can learn from it.
In March 2020, our community and events programme was at risk of collapse. With a 75% growth in income over the past two years, we had to be agile, quick and innovative to keep the income driving up. In this session, you will hear how to drive change at director level, listen to your supporters and get their help in a crisis, think differently about your current programme and learn to say no.
How English Heritage raised £40,000+ and kept Summer Soltice alive by using a camera, wifi, and Facebook Fundraising.
Join Lesley and Alex for a Q&A about how you can work more by doing less – taking inspiration from Alex’s book’s Rest and Shorter.
Does working less but doing more mean lower pay?
How do you get teams onboard?
How can you do more by working less?
Holding on to your fundraising strategies and best practices in a time of uncertainty is critical. As we all try to identify new resources, find funding for programs that need to shift on the fly and keep the lights on, we often lose sight of the fundamental practices that make our fundraising effective. This session will remind you of three basic strategies that will get your through the final push of 2020 and set you up for success as we plunge into 2021.
Whilst the coronavirus pandemic has cast a dark cloud over the charity sector, a thin silver lining has been the innovative and exciting fundraising campaigns that charities have developed. At Donr, we’ve seen some incredible fundraising
campaigns over the past few months; West End performances broadcast to people’s homes, Premier League legends doing keepy ups to raise funds for hospice care and text giving becoming a cash alternative in a socially distanced world.
In this talk, we’ll be joined by some fantastic charities to celebrate some wonderful
success stories. We hope that we will inform and inspire you with ideas that you can replicate in your own fundraising.
In March 2020, all of Marie Curie’s rainy days arrived at once. The team mobilised to deliver its first-ever emergency appeal, a multi-channel effort turned around in days that surpassed all expectations. Meredith and Michelle will share key learnings, with a particular focus on the DM component of the appeal.
How do you create content with little time? In just 15 minutes, I’ll share the strategies and systems I’ve developed to optimize my own productivity. We’ll cover mindset tips, workflow strategies, and how to create your plan for the next 30 days.
Join this session if you want to:
Consistency builds trust and trust is part of cultivating your donors and potential donors, but consistency takes a plan! This session is designed to help you start immediately planning your content, write compelling stories and show up consistently for your donors. Especially right now, as you head into your year-end giving campaigns.
In this session, we’ll cover the strategy and techniques to rapidly build a successful email fundraising programme and what other organisations can learn from them.
In particular, we’ll focus on:
The next decade will hold some major shifts in how our society deals with money.
In this free webinar we’ll be sharing the giving trends that you need to be aware of for the future of spending in the next 5-10 years.
Using a range of commercial and charity sources, we’ve researched the trends so you don’t have to; helping your fundraising programmes keep pace with public expectation and not get left in the past.
to meet donor needs
Featured in 2020’s successful #BAMEOnline, re-watch this panel discussion on building collective power; how fundraisers of colour and allies can build authentic networks to elevate talent and create equitable opportunities.
We will be covering:
Racist thoughts, intentions, and actions are widespread in the sector. It’s not just about diversity in our workforce, it’s about our ability to deliver the impact we promise. We are falling behind others, when as a sector we should be taking the lead.
This isn’t new information but too often we feel frozen to act.
Dr Shola will explain why it is time for a conscious revolution through social mobilisation and political participation. Multiple representations today demand visibility on policies and decisions that can negatively impact their quality of life and choice.
Be it race, gender, sexuality, faith or other protected characteristics. Charities need to visibly intersect inequalities within their organisation and externally in the wider communities through mobilisation & participation.
Covid-19 has put an end to events as we know it for the foreseeable future, but are fundraising events completely over, and how could they look post-pandemic?
Join Helen for this session to discover how you can prioritise event activity, do more with what you have, and plan for physical fundraising events for when the world makes sense again.
Donor-centric fundraising can reinforce ideas of white saviourism.
How can we tell stories that don’t increase systemic inequality?
We look back at the #BAMEOnline popular session which teaches fundraisers how to promote diversity in all of our projects and tell stories with beneficiaries.
Throughout the conference we’ll be sharing our highlights and reflections on 2020 and what it’s taught us about the future of fundraising.