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=mc and The National Arts Fundraising School are delighted to announce the second annual Emcees Awards. The awards have been created to recognise and celebrate best practice in arts and culture fundraising.
Over the past few months, arts professionals across the UK have been sending in entries and having painstakingly sifted through over a hundred submissions, we're delighted to announce the shortlisted 21: www.nationalartsfundraisingschool.com/the-emcees.
Join us on May 4th where we'll announce the winners at a the official awards ceremony held at the newly built theatre at LAMDA, London.
I've not been nominated, why would I come to the event?
As well as the opportunity to network with the crème de la crème of arts fundraising professionals, you'll also be treated to champagne, canapés and music by jazz and blues singer Meg Cavanaugh. So if you're an arts fundraising professional, the real question is, why wouldn't you come?!
However, tickets are extremely limited and on a first come, first served basis, so book yours soon if you don't want to miss out.
Hope to see you there.
The Management Centre & The National Arts Fundraising School
Please note that only disabled parking is available at the venue – please email Lydia Morris on firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to reserve one of these spaces for the evening or have any other accessibility requirements or questions.
We'd also like to send a massive thank you out to our main awards sponsor Pro Active Resolutions for their support of the event.
In addition, we'd also like to thank our award category sponsors for 2017: