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Institute of Fundraising South West Region 2017 Spring Conference - Sponsored by Harlequin

Institute of Fundraising South West Region

Wednesday, 26 April 2017 from 09:30 to 16:30 (BST)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Individual Delegate (IoF Member) 26 Apr 2017 £45.00 £3.38
Individual Delegate (Non IoF Member) 26 Apr 2017 £65.00 £4.62
Individual Delegate (organisational and corporate members) 26 Apr 2017 £50.00 £3.69
Individual Delegate - Committee 25 Apr 2017 Free £0.00
Individual Delegate (additional buy 4 get 1 free place) 26 Apr 2017 Free £0.00
Individual Delegate - Speaker 26 Apr 2017 Free £0.00

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Institute of Fundraising South West Region Spring Conference

Wednesday 26th April 2017  9.30 - 4.00

Bath Racecourse, Landsdown, Bath BA1 9BU 

Please note that sessions may be subject to change. In the unlikely event that this happens we will do our very best to ensure that they are replaced with a session similar in content.

9.30        Registration and refreshments 

 


9.55       Welcome and Introduction

Paul Courtney, Chair, Institute of Fundraising South West Region

 


10.00     Opening Plenary – Plenary Speaker to be announced soon!

 

 

11.15    REFRESHMENT BREAK

 

 

 

11.40 – 12.40 Choose from one of the following three sessions

SupX 2017 – Amanda Stratford, CEO, Healthwatch Cornwall

2017 is set to be pivotal in defining the future relationship between charities and their supporters and as fundraisers you know how hard it is to win hearts and minds. Do you know what it really feels like to be a supporter of your charity? This session explores 5 issues which are current supporter experience talking points and you really need feedback on!

 

OR

 

Sara Pryce – Resilience  
Session detail coming soon

 

OR

Using public affairs and policy messages to make your organisation fundable - Kevin Kibble, Chief Executive,

the Nurture Group Network

Using the Nurture Group Network as a case study, this session looks at how to construct messages from public affairs and policy work to incorporate in fundraising messages that resonate. How integrating messages about evidence and impact give added credibility to your asks.

 

 

12.40    LUNCH

 

 

13.40 – 14.40    Choose from one of the following three sessions

 

Flower Power – Same seeds, different gardeners, both achieving growth. Hayley Dann, Fresh Fundraising and Charlie Homer, St Richard’s Hospice

Come and hear how St Luke’s Hospice, Plymouth and St Richard’s Hospice both successfully used flower-products to grow in-memoriam income.

 

OR

 

Effective Trust Fundraising

Session detail coming soon

 

OR

 

Forget your nerves and give brilliant presentations – Louise Shepherd, Director, Louise Shepherd Associates

This session discusses what matters to your audiences when they are listening to you and will show you how to create memorable presentations that increase the audience’s motivation to support your organisation. By the end of the session you will be able to create 'Wow openings' to grab your listener’s attention, know the ingredients for successful storytelling and be able to present statistics in a meaningful way.

           

 

14.40    REFRESHMENT BREAK

 


15.00 – 16.00     Choose from one of the following three sessions:

Economics and demographics of the South West an expert overview from the office of National Statistics

With fundraising so dependent on the health  of the economy and it’s impact on donor and supporter confidence  the office of national statistics will update us on  the key economic and demographic trends in our region.”

OR

 

Succeeding with Challenge Events

Session detail coming soon

 

OR

 

Third session details to follow soon

 

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1600 - CLOSE OF CONFERENCE

 

This conference was made possible thanks to the generous support of our headline sponsor Harlequin Software.

 

Further support was gratefully received from Shine Charity Recruitment 



9.30        Registration and refreshments 

 


9.55       Welcome and Introduction

Paul Courtney, Chair, Institute of Fundraising South West Region

 


10.00     Opening Plenary – TBC

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11.15    REFRESHMENT BREAK

 

 

 

11.40 – 12.40 Choose from one of the following three sessions

SupX 2017 – Amanda Stratford, CEO, Healthwatch Cornwall

2017 is set to be pivotal in defining the future relationship between charities and their supporters and as fundraisers you know how hard it is to win hearts and minds. Do you know what it really feels like to be a supporter of your charity? This session explores 5 issues which are current supporter experience talking points and you really need feedback on!

 

OR

 

Sara Pryce – Resilience  
BLURB

BLURB

BLURB

 

OR

Using public affairs and policy messages to make your organisation fundable - Kevin Kibble, Chief Executive,

the Nurture Group Network

Using the Nurture Group Network as a case study, this session looks at how to construct messages from public affairs and policy work to incorporate in fundraising messages that resonate. How integrating messages about evidence and impact give added credibility to your asks.

 

 

12.40    LUNCH

 

 

13.40 – 14.40    Choose from one of the following three sessions

 

Flower Power – Same seeds, different gardeners, both achieving growth. Hayley Dann, Fresh Fundraising and Charlie Homer, St Richard’s Hospice

Come and hear how St Luke’s Hospice, Plymouth and St Richard’s Hospice both successfully used flower-products to grow in-memoriam income.

 

OR

 

TRUSTS***Isobel ******************

Individual Giving is often the last fundraising section to be resourced in small charities, the temptation to recruit an experienced fundraiser to create a direct mail programme, wrestle data and generally wow the trustees with all their shiny ideas can be strong, but do you really need another fundraiser Ruth will outline a number of ways to increase fundraising income, maximise existing audiences and increase effectiveness and profitability ahead of recruiting an individual fundraiser. 

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Bath Racecourse and Conference Centre

BA1 9BU Lansdown
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 26 April 2017 from 09:30 to 16:30 (BST)


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Institute of Fundraising South West Region

The Institute of Fundraisng is the professional membership body for UK fundraisers. Nationally the IoF is focussed on developing, supporting and representing fundraisers.

As a member-led body much of our strength relies on the insight, understanding and practical experience of our members.

The IoF South West Region aims to support and empower fundraisers in the region and our Spring Conference is an opportunity to network with other fundraisers and hear presentations from expert practitioners. 

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