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Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy

Tuesday, 30 January 2018 from 11:00 to 17:30 (GMT)

Using Digital Tools for Creative Fundraising

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Standard Ticket 30 Jan 2018 £105.00 £0.00 £21.00
Sector Partner discount price   more info 30 Jan 2018 £95.00 £0.00 £19.00
Freelance, or those working in arts and cultural organisations with an annual turnover of £500k or less 30 Jan 2018 £90.00 £0.00 £18.00

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Using Digital Tools for Creative Fundraising


Are you one of the 50% of charities without a digital strategy? Could you benefit from using digital tools to support fundraising?

This practical course gives people from any scale of organisation, or freelancers, the tools to make the most out of digital fundraising (email, web, social) with minimal time, skills and budget. Expect practical digital exercises so do bring a phone, tablet or laptop.

By the end of the day, you will have:

  • Greater confidence in choosing and using digital tools and channels for fundraising
  • An understanding of how to measure digital results
  • An awareness of the digital fundraising options available to your organisation or project, its audience and supporters
  • An awareness of new data protection requirements
  • Knowledge of how other arts and cultural organisations are using digital for fundraising

Who is it for?

This course is for people who are early in their fundraising career or established in another discipline who want to understand more about how to incorporate fundraising skills into their work.

The one-day course is from 11am - 5.30pm. Lunch is included. 


Trainer info:

Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. He has published UK Fundraising (, 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 on the National Arts Fundraising School 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.

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Do you have questions about Using Digital Tools for Creative Fundraising? Contact Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy

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People's History Museum
Left Bank
M3 3ER Manchester
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 30 January 2018 from 11:00 to 17:30 (GMT)

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Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy

The Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Programme helps to transform fundraising across the arts and cultural sector. The Programme is led by the Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Consortium. Consortium partners are Cause4, the University of Leeds and the Arts Marketing Association.

The Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy Programme is delivering a collaborative series of training, fellowships, digital resources and innovative practice. Working with trustees, leaders, senior managers and emerging talent the Programme seeks to inspire, coach and resource people at all levels of the arts and cultural sector and ensure the training and development of a professional arts fundraising workforce.

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