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Digital Fundraising Tools and Techniques
April 11, 2014 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm| £95 + VAT
From crowdfunding to text giving, there are an ever-increasing number of digital fundraising tools available to generate income in new ways. But how do you work out what’s right for your organisation, and how to approach these new technologies?
This one-day course led by Sarah Gee from Indigo Ltd provides pragmatic advice on how best to tackle digital fundraising, and how to integrate it into your overall strategy. Learn about the options that exist, which might work best for you, when to use it for maximum impact, and how to build on-going relationships with existing and new donors.
Packed with practical examples and case studies from the arts and cultural sectors, you will go away from the course with a clear plan for your organisation, and ideas on how best to work with colleagues to ensure the best possible return.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the range of digital fundraising options available and how to choose the right ones for your organisation
- Integrate appropriate digital fundraising methods into your overall fundraising strategy
- Use digital resources to proactively build relationships with, and generate income from, existing and new donors
About the trainer
Sarah Gee is a Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Indigo Ltd – the UK’s leading income generation consultancy for the arts and cultural sectors, with additional experience of working for private and public sector organisations. Read Sarah’s full biography here.
Who this course is for
Practical fundraising training for people leading or working as part of a fundraising team within an arts organisation. These courses are also suitable for people working in other areas of arts administration and management seeking an understanding of how fundraising works in practice.
People who attended this course said:
“I found the Digital Fundraising Tools and Techniques training to be engaging and inspirational. As someone who is not very experienced in the fundraising side of my organisation I found it to be accessible, yet not too basic as someone who is very familiar with the digital side; it was a very good balance. I came away feeling excited about the things I’d learnt, and the ways in which I am going to use them!”
Sian Buckley, Marketing Co-ordinator, Writing West Midlands
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