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First Friday Fundraiser Session
The First Friday Fundraisers Sessions are an opportunity for sharing information and knowledge with colleagues and peers internationally within the fundraising industry. Each month looks at a different subject and topic concerning fundraising. The sessions are organised by the International Fundraising Consultancy and bring together the experience of different speakers from the fundraising world both locally and internationally. By working together the sessions assist personal development, encourage greater understanding of the industry globally and increase overall knowledge.
The First Friday Fundraisers Sessions are run internationally and have fundraising sessions in different countries all at the same time each month. Fundamentally, it is the international fundraising community being connected by doing the same thing at the same time, (more or less), throughout the world.
The next First Friday Fundraiser Session…
Overseas Adventure Fundraising – Have you been missing out on this fundraising opportunity?
First Friday Fundraiser Sessions re start after the vacation full of energy, ready to get connected and up for new challenges.Inspired by travels abroad during the summer, places we’ve visited and adventures we have had, the next First Friday on 06 October will be talking about overseas challenges and how they can substantially contribute to your fundraising income.Overseas challenges are not new in the US or the UK and have work incredibly successfully for thousands of not for profit organisations raising literally millions. War Child in The Netherlands have for the past few years run the Kilimanjaro challenge and found it not only to be successful as generating fundraising income, but also an incredibly powerful way to attract, engage and convert new donors.Jurian Stevens, Founder of ‘For All Reasons’ will be joining us on 06 October to explain about his work with Plan Netherlands and SOS Kinderdorpen and how they have benefitted from working with him to organise, successfully run and financially benefit from overseas challenges.We will also have case studies of other organisations internationally who have benefitted not just from income, but also by:· Attracting new individual donors· Developing relationships with corporate sponsors, enhancing their long term relationships· Site visits to projects and programs, making the stories behind the fundraising real· Giving a new and exciting edge to the regular ‘ask’.If overseas challenges is new to you, or has been on the agenda but never made it into the strategy, come to the First Friday Fundraiser Session on 06 Oct to discover how it can really benefit your fundraising income.
- See Past Events -
Past events include:
- Hope is NOT a Strategy!
- Crowd Funding and Crowd Sourcing
- Impact Measurement
- How to Make your Presentation Stand Out!
- Seeing the Bigger Picture and Acheiving your Strategic Goals
- Kick-Starting Your Start Up
- Corporate Fundraising
- How to Raise 1.4 Million $’s Day!
- Converting your ‘Like’s’ in to Cash
- Corporate Fundraising – The Accenture Point of View…
- Join the Crowd Funding Seminar
- Developing Your Donors
- Friendraising – what is it and what’s in it for you?
- Face to Face Innovation to Motivate your Donors!
- Crowd Sourcing; let’s get started!
- Legacies: understanding the old and wealthy generation
- Events – How to plan and organise your successful event
- Alumni Fundraising
- Social Media – How to make the most of it.
- Story Telling
- Strategy Setting with a Hug!
- Viral Campaigns
Creative Director – Bumbuku
Ozge Tigli is a highly skilled digital storytelling specialist with +9 years of experience in the field of social impact, digital media and visual storytelling. She is passionate about creating unique and remarkable digital stories for social good. Ozge has worked with universities and several international NGOs (Amnesty, STGM and CHI, to name a few) and holds a master’s degree in Media and Cultural Studies. She is the Creative Director of Bumbuku, an award winning, Amsterdam based Digital Storytelling collective, specialised in social impact organisations. They help social impact organisations reach a wider range of supporters with ingenious animation videos and efficient social media strategies. Their mission is to increase impact of change makers working for a better world
As well as major gifts experience, Hayley has worked for three start up NGOs. At the age of 26 she was Chief Executive of
Beauchamp Lodge Settlement a struggling charity in London. In three years she turned its fortunes around to become a thriving
organisation with a sustainable and diverse income and funding stream.
Maureen originallyhas a legal background and is a negotiation specialist. It has only been a couple of months ago, when everything came together for her in Direct Mail Fundraising. At Innovairre she has been trained by the best; fundraisers, marketers and data- analysts in the field. She will take you on her journey and tell you everything you need to know about HOW to structure and build a successful Direct Mail campaing. If she can capture it in a few months then you can certainly do it too! It is not rocket science, but you do need the right amount of magic!
Come and meet Maureen at the First Friday Fundraiser Session on 03 Nov.
Head of Engagement at Circle Economy
Vera has a background in business development in both highly commercial and not for profit organisations. She started her career in banking and legal environments before making the change to not-for profit organisations. As Head of Engagement at Circle Economy she is responsible for the engagement of different stakeholder groups with the topic of circular economy and the Circle Economy organisation, as well as the development of products and programs on several aspects of circular economy.
FFF sessions, always a very inspiring and informative pleasure !