“Putting Charities in the driving seat of corporate partnerships”
Are you an experienced corporate fundraiser looking to diversify your income in relation to changing economic climates and introduction of Environmental, Social, and Governance legislations?
Or are you looking to grow your corporate portfolios and shift away from reliance on time consuming Charity Of The Year partnerships?
Join us for an afternoon of workshops and presentations from our line-up of international and expert speakers who will provide you with cutting edge insight and recommendations on how to build corporate-charity partnerships that make a serious dent in your charity missions.
And because we know you’re busy, all sessions can be watched live or on-demand in your own time for 30 days after the event (or for an unlimited time if you join as a Member).
All Fundraising Everywhere events are subtitled and held online on the Everywhere+ virtual event platform. You’ll receive a bonus digital delegate bag and live attendees can access our online networking room to meet other attendees.
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Pitch Stop Crew: Nicola O’Donnell, Sarah Atkinson & Matt Gray
Pitch Stop Participants: Sarah Graham, Anna McNee & Remi Ray
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. That’s why it’s so important to ensure that your pitches work like a well oiled machine. So we’ve brought together a “Pitch Crew” of three corporate partnerships experts to tweak three dream prospect pitches.
The Power of Partnerships
Speakers: Ghalib Ullah & Genna Douglas
How to Write a Wicked Awesome Case Study That Lands More Partnership Deals
Speaker: Joe Waters & Tasman Cassim
Joe Waters, a Boston-based expert on win-win partnership who blogs at Selfishgiving.com and Tasman Cassim, Head of Corporate Partnerships at Black Dog Institute make the case for using case studies in your partnership program. During their presentation, Joe and Tas will show you their step-by-step process for creating and using partnership case studies.
From £0 to £750K, a corporate partnerships success story
Speaker: Tom Harbour & Ben Hemington
Learning with Parents (LwP) were founded as a charity in 2020. In 2021 we started to work with Remarkable Partnerships to explore how we could start to create strategic corporate partnerships. In 2022 LwP and IG Group finalised a £750k, 3-year strategic partnership around financial literacy. This session will explore how that came about and why the partnership is so strategically beneficial to both organisations.
Flying High: CHAS and Loganair Partnership
Speaker: Lara MacDonald
This session will focus on the strategic partnership between CHAS and Loganair – Scotland’s airline. Lara will share the process involved in making that initial approach during the midst of a global pandemic, and candidly talk about the successes and challenges along the way.
I Wish I’d Thought of That (IWITOT): Corporate Partnerships Edition
Speakers: Saul Hesselden, Emma Smith and Alicia Jumman
IWITOT is a unique spin on the usual conference session. Each speaker has just 7 minutes to champion an innovative and exciting corporate partnership idea.
But there is a catch…All speakers must speak enthusiastically about someone else’s idea, not their own. We’re thrilled to have 3 epic speakers lined-up: Alicia Jumman – Teach First, Saul Heselden – Stroke Association, and Emma Smith MCMI – Enthuse. Featuring: Beds, hair removal, football and nail varnish! With huge thanks to The Showcase of Fundraising Innovation & Inspiration (SOFII).
Cross sector collaboration to increase social impact
Speaker: David Adair & Jonathan Andrews
David is passionate about collaborative cross sector partnerships, having joined PwC in 2001, bringing extensive knowledge and experience from the voluntary sector in relation to social mobility, the creative arts and social enterprise. Join this session to gain an insight into innovative initiatives to increase social impact and learn why David believes cross sector collaborations are the way to increase impact.
How to build more diverse and successful team
Speaker: Jo Major, Ashleigh Ryan, & AmickyCarol Akiwumi
This panel has been brought together to give practical tips that you can take away to build your own diverse and successful teams. Lack of representation in your teams will put you at a disadvantage with your partners and prospects. Our panel will draw on their expertise and experience to show you how to remove barriers.
Collaboration on Impact Measurement – developing a mutual understanding
Speakers: Samantha Reyes Ronso & Lorna Belsey
We will highlight the principles that must guide a collaboration between corporate and charities to develop and implement and efficient measurement framework to demonstrate impact
Speakers are added to our events as we receive their details and are updated continuously. These events achieve the goals set out in our EDI commitment.