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Crowne Plaza Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter

Forth Banks

Newcastle upon Tyne

NE1 3SA

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*Limited amount of day 2 tickets just released. Don't delay and book today!*


Network with your peers, immerse yourself in learning and inspire your donors.

Join over 200 other fundraisers at Newcastle’s first fundraising conference on September 19th and 20th 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Hosted by the Institute of Fundraising North East in partnership with VONNE and the Community Foundation, this one and a half day conference will leave you feeling inspired to make a difference within your charity.



Conference Sessions (working titles);

Day 1: We will be be running three consecutive sessions through the day focussing on three areas of development. Delegates can choose one of the session options at each time slot:


8.45am - Registration/networking

9.15am - (All) Opening Plenary: Leigh Thompson, Sage Foundation

9.55am -
'Fundraising Events'; CHUF
or
'GDPR: The Essentials'; Jill Dovey, Muckle LLP & Saul Gowens, Websand
or
'Corporate Fundraising'; Dan McNally, British Heart Foundation

Break/networking

11.15am -
'Meet the Funders Q&A panel' hosted by the Community Foundation
or
'Storytelling with Film'; Stephen Noble, a different ilk

or

workshop tbc

Lunch/networking

12pm-12.30pm (during lunch) - 'Retaining Fundraising Talent'; optional workshop hosted by Charity People

12.40pm -
'Applying to Trusts & Foundations'; Adam Lopardo, Community Foundation
or
'Measuring the Impact of Legacy Conversations'; Emma Noble, Macmillan
or
'Digital Transformation - what it means, how to do it'; James Gadsby-Peet, William Joseph

1.50pm -
session tbc
or
'Fundraising Landscape - The Next Decade of Fundraising'; Joe Jenkins, The Children's Society
or
'Getting the Most Out of Your Fundraising Strategy; Sarah Johnson, St Oswald's Hospice

Break/networking

3.05pm -

'Creative Clinic – getting your concept right plus the words you use to connect'; Stephen Pidgeon,

or

'Trustee Seminar'; Rob Woodcock, People Purpose Planning

or
'Communication: Engaging Hearts and Minds'; Kiz Crosbie, Mortal Fools and Northern Stage partnership*

4.30pm - (All) Closing Plenary; Best-Selling Author and Founder of Michael Heppell Ltd., Michael Heppell with his talk, 'How to be a Brilliant Fundraiser'


*spaces are limited and pre-booking required. Details on how to book released to paid delegates prior to the event.


INFORMAL EVENING EVENT (NETWORKING) - 18:30 ONWARDS

Ticket prices also include entry to our informal evening event where you will have the opportunity to network with your third sector colleagues about the day’s events and share ideas. Build your networks and get to know who else is working on the big ideas happening within fundraising today. Food and welcome drink is included in the ticket price.

Evening Speaker: Ivan Hollingsworth; Parent Trustee & Fundraiser (CHUF)


Day 2: Half-day aimed to support trustees, senior management and CEOs of charity organisations with a focus on regulation, governance, data protection and legal issues relating to fundraising practice; although is open to all levels.

9.30am - Registration/networking

10am - The Fundraising Landscape in the North East; VONNE

10.30am - Fundraising Regulation and Data Protection Update; Daniel Fluskey, IoF

11.15am - Small Charities Coalition; Mandy Johnson, CEO of the Small Charities Coalition

Lunch

12.30pm - Commission on the Donor Experience; Harpreet Kondel and Rachel Hunnybun

2pm finish

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Crowne Plaza Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter

Forth Banks

Newcastle upon Tyne

NE1 3SA

United Kingdom

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