SW Museum Skills Essentials: Introduction to digital tools for fundraising

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Learn how to raise money through digital channels and gain the necessary skills to continue to generate income

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About the Session:

This course supports participants to take the first steps in raising money through digital channels. With the whole world needing to engage online due to the lockdown imposed by Covid-19, it is crucial that fundraisers have the necessary skills to continue to generate income, and to make the most of the opportunities that fundraising online has to offer.

The session will be delivered via Zoom and will be 2 hrs including a short break.

Who should attend?

This is a practical session aimed at participants who have responsibility for using digital platforms to fundraise for the museums, or who would like to use them in the future.

What will you learn?

  • How to explore what digital fundraising activity or trends have led the way during the Covid-19 pandemic
  • How to understand which digital channels get the best results from Facebook through to LinkedIn
  • How to choose the best digital channels to suit your audience and organisational values
  • How to evaluate your digital project and its impact
  • The latest trends in fundraising via digital means

How does this session relate to Arts Council England’s Accreditation Standard?

2.2 Financial Sustainability

Session Leader:

Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. He has published UK Fundraising (fundraising.co.uk), the world’s first web resource and community for professional fundraisers, since 1994 and wrote the world’s first book on digital fundraising in 1995. He worked as a fundraiser at Oxfam, Afghanaid and Amnesty International UK in the 80s and 90s.

Elected a Fellow of the Institute of Fundraising for his digital work, he is Chair of the judges for the National Fundraising Awards, and consistently voted in the 50 Most Influential in Fundraising by readers of Fundraising magazine. He is a trainer for the Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy programme, and on the Institute of Fundraising Academy.

He is a co-founder of Barcamp Nonprofits and founder of Fundraising Camp, the unconference-style learning event for fundraisers.

How will this session be delivered and what equipment do I need?

This session will be delivered online using Zoom a cloud based video conferencing service. The service is free to use, all you need is either a laptop, tablet/ iPad or phone. Your device will need to be able to stream video and sound. If you are using a laptop you can simply connect via your web browser. If using a tablet/ iPad or phone you will need to download the app (free to download) to connect to the session. Full instructions on how to join the session will be issued direct to the email address provided at the point of booking before the session takes place. 

How do we use the data you supply us?

* For full details on how the information supplied to us as part of the booking process is used please see our Privacy Policy here: https://southwestmuseums.org.uk/privacy-policy/ By booking on you agree to have your data stored and used by us in accordance with this policy.


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South West Museum Development is a team of industry professionals who provide strategic support for museums in the South West. With a central focus on museums working towards Accreditation, in partnership with Arts Council England.

We use Arts Council England’s five strategic goals to drive development and deliver sustainability, resilience and innovation in England’s regional museums so that they can maximise their benefit to audiences and communities.

 

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