It’s time fundraising managers are heard and even listened to!

Fundraising Management for Professional Development – Are you being heard, do you deserve to be heard?As professional fundraisers, a primary objective is to efficiently and progressively increase fundraising income. We call this ‘fundraising development’.A cursive assumption many boards and CEOs make is that you (the Fundraising Manager / Director) will affect fundraising programs and systems to change the charity’s very fundraising dynamic, and be able to do so with minimal additional investment in the ‘development function’, or even in you!That’s why you need to be heard, to be able to articulate the need for fundraising investment long-term. But how do you articulate that in language that will be heard by your line manager, CEO and board? What is your strategic fundraising plan, how do you develop it, how do you present it with impact and be listened to? That requires leadership skills, not just fundraising or fundraising management skills.

This new all day workshop, specifically for Fundraising Managers and Directors, aims to help you focus on developing your strategic fundraising planning and leadership skills. It will be co-facilitated by Peter Dalton FFIA CFRE, Director, fundraisingfutures, and Sharon Hillman FFIA, Director of Fundraising, Austin Health / Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre Appeal.

Date: Tuesday 14 July

Time: 8.30am – 4.00pm

Venue: St Joseph’s Hall, 274 Rouse Street, Port Melbourne

Pricing: Member: $220; Staff of Organisational Member: $250; Non-Member: $285




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