Good comms for great fundraising

  • Fundraising is a vital source of income for non-profits, particularly in today’s challenging times. But how can you maximise your fundraising efforts on a tight budget?

    Good communication is an integral part of any successful fundraising strategy. By effectively sharing your stories and communicating your impact, you can gain, retain and build trusting, loyal donor relationships.

    In this free workshop for non-profits, fundraising consultant Anita Lee will outline the key functions of strategic fundraising, explore how effective communications can help you achieve your fundraising goals, and share some of the best communications tools and tactics to help you grow and nurture your supporter base.

    This will be an interactive session with lots of time for questions and discussion, so come ready for action.

    About Anita
    With more than 25 years' experience in fundraising, Anita Lee has worked nationally and internationally for a range of charities supporting individual giving fundraising programmes. As the former Market Development Manager for Save the Children International, Anita worked to push the case for fundraising and has helped launch strategic investment programmes at a local and international level. Anita also has a wealth of technical expertise including direct marketing campaigns, legacy development, lead generation and conversion. Her current clients include Save the Children International, Forest & Bird, Diabetes NZ and Arthritis NZ.

    This is a Community Comms Collective workshop for not-for-profits and collective volunteers hosted by Volunteer Wellington and supported by JacksonStone & Partners. We are grateful for their support and for our speaker giving her time and talent pro bono.

    St John's in the City conference room is wheelchair accessible - please contact the Church Office with any queries.

    Date and time

    Friday 9 August 2024 | 10-11.30am

    Location

    St John's in the City Conference Centre, Willis Street, Wellington

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    Koha appreciated to cover venue hire and morning tea

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