10GM Webinar: Fundraising in the time of Covid-19
Are the assumptions we made about our organisation and its future pre Covid-19 still valid post Covid-19?
What implications does the pandemic have for our organisation and our beneficiaries and how should we respond? And having identified our path forward, what funding will we need, and how will that be secured?
In this webinar Patrick Boggan, a successful major fundraiser will take us through four key questions for VCSE sector leaders to consider, and finish with his own personal take on ‘What’s next’
The webinar considers 5 points:
- What are the issues that are going to affect us all?
- What new opportunities do we have?
- Identification of Current and Future Income streams
- What is the key to success for fundraising in the future?
- What next – Ones man’s opinion
This webinar is suited and aimed at trustees or those within senior management team roles.
Patrick Boggon is the Director of Tarnside Consulting www.tarnside.co.uk. He has a successful track record in helping charities meet their financial and strategic goals. Many of his projects, including The Auckland Project (£200m), Chetham’s School of Music (£36m) and The Lake District Calvert Trust (£2m) have depended upon realising ambitious new appeals. He is passionate about supporting people and charities as they develop and set new goals and streams of funding.
“When thinking about how I might - do my bit - in the in the time of coronavirus. I was talking through options with the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs. We ended up developing a webinar – Fundraising in The Time of Covid 19. Charity Leaders in Cheshire found it useful”
Provider: Hosted by Macc and delivered by Patrick Boggon - Tarnside Consulting
Further details / booking: Booking is essential
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