Australia’s national dance company was established in 1962, normally doing 270+ performances to 300,000 people each year. In this session, Matthew Henry (External Relations Development Manager at The Australian Ballet) talks to Andy King about their corporate partnership approach.
You’ll discover how to align strategic outcomes, set mutually agreed KPIs as well as give partners white-space assets to truly shine.
Your donors are talking to you, do you hear what they’re saying?
If fundraising is about relationships, then data is the way donors communicate back to us – who they are, what they value, and how they see themselves as part of your org’s mission. Remember Poetry Slams? Loud, lively, fun events that moved poetry into the world of every day. That’s what we did with fundraising data. Whether you’re a frontline fundraiser looking to learn more from what donors are telling us or a tech-savvy, all-things-data Excel jockey, we’ve got a session for you!
The Connection Economy is powered by data.
Buy access to all Data Slam 2021 sessions now to rev up your fundraising.
You should attend this event if:
You’re responsible for creating and implementing fundraising strategies, campaigns or events
You’re a fundraiser with targets to reach
You’re a fundraising leader looking to work smarter, not harder
Hosted in partnership between Fundraising Everywhere and Sam Laprade CFRE and T. Clay Buck CFRE.
Buy your Data Slam 2021 ticket and get instant access to the following sessions:
Using Data Insights to Drive Personal Connections with Donors Gabe Cooper
Data, Data Everywhere Steve McLaughlin
Yes, You Can Plan a New Donor Welcome Series in 20 Minutes! Maureen Wallbeoff
Humanizing Artificial Intelligence: How AI can help every fundraiser build stronger, more authentic donor relationships. Nejeed Kassam
Marketing and Fundraising, a match made in heaven… Safiyyah Gareeboo
The Ultimate Guide to Fundraising Databases Chad Barger
Give Like You Live: A snapshot of how to use the giving data that surrounds you Suhailah Waheed
How to be Data Driven in your Small Shop Rachel Bearbower
Undaunting the daunting Helen Brown
Respect Your Donors with Gender-Inclusive Data Jude Shimer
As we approach a new financial year and the reopening of society, the wellbeing of professionals in the charity sector has never been more important. But potentially, it has also never been more at risk either.
How will you balance your organisation’s need for income, delivery, and security with your own / your colleagues’ wellbeing needs?
The summit offers sessions and speakers with suggestions and theories for personal and organisational wellbeing
Charity Workplace Wellbeing – nice to have or necessity? with Organisational Psychology Professor Sir Cary Cooper, CBE
Sharpening the focus: inclusion, inequalities and workplace wellbeing; with Mental Health First Aid England CEO, Simon Blake OBE
Sustaining Wellbeing for Last Leg of Pandemic & Beyond; with Nonprofit thought leader and author of the Happy Healthy Nonprofit, Beth Kanter
Creating a culture of safety for women in your workplace, with Major Gifts Director and Chair of the AFP Women’s Impact Initiative, Liz LeClair
Personal resilience without pressure or gaslighting, with Psychologist, Dr Taslim Alani-Verjee
Embedding a wellbeing strategy
Burnout and stress management
How to change culture
Join us on April 22nd, 2021 for the first Charity Workplace Wellbeing Virtual Summit, hosted in partnership with Claire Warner. 1pm – 4.30pm BST or on-demand for 30 days.
The event will be subtitled and recorded. If you have additional accessibility needs please email [email protected] before April 15th.
Speakers are added to the event at the time of uploading their session details and are updated continuously. This event achieves the goals set out in our EDI commitment.
Plan your charity’s fundraising future. Do it now!
The pandemic has thrown the world upside down, and charities are looking to respond. There has never been a more important time for your fundraising strategy to be bang on.
That’s why 3rd Sector Mission Control and Fundraising Everywhere have brought you the first international conference dedicated solely to Fundraising Strategy.
If you’re a sole fundraiser, a fundraiser working in a team, a fundraising leader, or a non-fundraiser looking to understand the role you can play to support it within your organisation, this summit’s for you.
How should you build your fundraising strategy and, once you have done so, how will you implement it successfully?
Featuring sessions with practical advice, case studies and opinion pieces from fundraising experts from around the world, our aim is to give you the skills, inspiration and confidence to shape and implement your organisation’s fundraising strategy so that you can change the world.
Through these will look at a range of topics, including:
How to decide on the right things to do, and in the right order
How to bring people with you, particularly trustees and non-fundraising team members
How to strike the balance between right now and the future
How to keep it “live”, to manage risks and red flags, and how to decide whether to “pivot” or plot the same course
How to define fundraising strategy, and understand the difference between your strategy, your action plan, and your tactics
How to ensure your fundraising strategy is aligned with your organisation’s strategy
How to develop and implement fundraising strategy for a wide range of income streams
How you can still be strategic with your fundraising in a fast-changing world
The conference was originally broadcast in March 2021 but recordings are available to all attendees to watch in their own time. Purchase now for instant access!
You’ll get access to:
Making your strategy usable every day – Nicola Tallett & Fee Gilfeather
Human Focused Strategy – Wayne Murray
The value of models and theories – Dr Claire Routley
Fundraiser Maeve’s Top 10 Fundraising Tips for 2021 – Maeve Strathy
The data you need to make decisions – Cherian Koshy
How to bring people with you, particularly trustees and non-fundraising team members – Zoe Amar
The key questions to consider when developing your fundraising strategy – Scott Watkin, Desiree D’Souza, Mandi Hine, Donna White