Here at BHIB Charities Insurance, we know how important it is right now to support charities and voluntary sectors. That’s why we’re reaching out to let you know that Directory of Social Change (DSC) are hosting a new series of and useful webinars which address key fundraising issues faced by the charity sector.
The next upcoming webinars are detailed below:
The fundraising sources – Wednesday 13th January 2021 – 10:30am – 12:00pm
- What are the techniques to tap into fundraising sources to maximise potential, and what other sources could, or should, charities also be considering?
- Examples and case studies will be used as a basis for discussion to help charities consider realistic options for their organisation.
Your fundraising message in current time – Thursday 21st January 2021 – 10.30am – 12.00pm
- To be successful, you need to understand the audience and communicate the right information to tap into the potential donor or supporter’s needs and motivations.
- Before asking for support, you need to understand the motivations of a potential donor or funder so that it’s a mutually beneficial experience to get the ‘yes’.
If you are interested in any of the above webinars, simply register your charity here: https://www.ecclesiastical.com/fundraising/charity-fundraising/charity-fundraising-webinars-registration/
By clicking on the above link please note you will be redirected to Ecclesiastical’s website to register.
There’s still time to nominate your charity to win £1,000!
As part of Ecclesiastical’s ‘12 days of giving’ competition, charitable organisations can still enter into a daily draw. Each weekday, 10 charities are drawn at random and each win a £1,000. Nominations will remain open until midnight the day before each draw and draws are already taking place each weekday until 22nd December 2020.
About BHIB Charities Insurance
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