Networking and Insights for Charities
Wednesday, 2 December 2015 from 16:30 to 19:30 (GMT)
The Clare Foundation
Networking & Insights for Charities
Our last presentation has now been finalised and The Clare Foundation is delighted to announce that, joining Helen North of the National Trust, who will be presenting on the subject of the NT’s legendary legacy program, will be David Orman, Founding Partner of Hatch-House, alongside his client Simon Rydings, Founder of Capen, a specialist fundraising technology company.
Hatch-House is a specialist Venture Consultancy, working alongside growth stage tech companies and corporate organisations to help each other navigate the start-up world, helping business’ from different stages of development work together. Their focus is on enabling technologies, as opposed to companies who are seeking to disrupt, in the belief that by working together, startups can support innovation within larger organisations, which in turn de-risks the early stage growth of tech companies.
Over the past 6 months Hatch-House have been working with Capen, a company borne out of experience in working with charities to address challenges in marketing and acquiring new donors.
Capen create, manage and market online gaming and donation campaigns by providing any charity, company, club or website owner with an end-to-end solution to run their own lottery, raffle, prize draw, competition or skill game.
Since launch Capen have worked with charities including Comic Relief, Amnesty, Concern Worldwide, launched their first corporate client campaign a few months ago and have formed strategic partnerships with a number of bodies who are using the Capen technology to drive their fundraising objectives.
Together Simon Rydings, founder of Capen, and David Orman, Founding Partner of Hatch-House will showcase ways in which technology can help charities engage through digital platform to drive community engagement and increase donations through incentivised giving.
Helen North of The National Trust will be demystifying the art of the legacy program
The National Trust received around £50million in legacies last year and gifts from wills comprise around two thirds of all the charity’s fundraising income. This presentation will give you an insight into their strategy around this valuable source of funds, the research behind it and what the strategy looks like on the ground.
Having been in fundraising for about 25 years, Helen joined the National Trust’s regional staff in January, working as a Fundraising Consultant for properties in London and the South East. With over 130 properties in the region and 3 major fundraising appeals she has been kept rather busy! Helen’s previous experience was working with mostly small and medium charities both as a freelance consultant and employee, including a recent role as Chief Executive of women’s health charity, Endometriosis UK.
Wednesday 2nd December 2015
1630/1700-1830 followed by networking
Please note these FREE events are limited to 50 people so book your place today
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The Clare Foundation
The Clare Foundation, a charity helping other charities become more effective and efficient. We take established commercial methods, business expertise and entrepreneurialism to the voluntary sector through training, mentoring, sharing best practice and networking at our "Charity Centre" in Buckinghamshire.