This is a session for those who want a beginner’s guide to events and community fundraising, providing an overview of these two streams of fundraising and how they go hand in hand.
This session will not focus on how to plan an event and the practicalities of events planning per se but will look at what is involved in events and community fundraising, how to make use of your volunteers, and how to approach this type of fundraising in a strategic manner.
This session, the last in our Fundraising Festival, offers answers to all the above and provides useful links to other resources.
What you will take away from this event
During the session you will:
- Learn what community fundraising is and how it goes hand in hand with events fundraising
- Walk away with some top tips for running a community event
- Discuss how Covid-19 has changed the face of Community & Events Fundraising
These sessions are for:
- Charity leaders, Heads or Directors of Fundraising
Who should attend?
All Buckinghamshire-based not-for-profit groups, such as voluntary and community groups, charities, constituted groups, Community Interest Companies, and other types of social enterprise, are invited to attend.
Please note that places are limited and that priority will be given to charities and not-for-profit organisations with income under £100,000.
If your organisation serves Buckinghamshire and you would like to join this Introduction to Community and Events Fundraising session, you can book your place using the link below:
This workshop is the last in a series of four interactive sessions. For details of the other sessions, including how to book, click on the following link:
For any questions about this event please contact 0300 1111 250 or firstname.lastname@example.org