In 2023, we witnessed an unprecedented ‘AI boom’, thanks to major strides in computing and AI technology. ChatGPT’s rise as the fastest-growing app has brought AI into the mainstream, proving it’s a game-changer for everyone, including small charities.
Fundraising is one area where many charities have seen the benefits of using AI – making the process easier and more effective.
If you are unsure how AI works and how you could use it in your fundraising role, join us for a one-hour training session which will provide an overview of AI for fundraisers – how it works, how it can be applied to fundraising, and tips on how to start using it.
What you will take away from this event:
- An understanding ChatGPT and other AI tools – what these tools are and how they can be utilised in fundraising.
- An awareness of ethical considerations – an opportunity to discuss the ethical aspects of using AI in fundraising.
- Gain hands-on experience – engage in practical exercises to apply AI tools in real-world scenarios.
- Avoid pitfalls – find out about common pitfalls and how to navigate them effectively.
- Networking opportunity – meet other fundraising professionals and share insights.
Who should attend:
This event is open to anyone (paid or unpaid) involved with fundraising for charities, community groups, or social enterprises that deliver services in Buckinghamshire.
Please note that the event is for organisations whose beneficiaries are in Buckinghamshire, with priority given to organisations with a turnover of £100,000 or below. Spaces are limited to one representative from each organisation.
The event is particularly beneficial for fundraisers looking to integrate artificial intelligence into their strategies, non-profit leaders interested in exploring the benefits of AI, and those new to AI in the charity sector.
How to book:
This free event will be held on Zoom. Joining details will be sent closer to the event date.
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Questions about the event:
For any questions about this event, please contact 0330 236 9350 or email@example.com.