Fundraising Clinic – Crowd funding and Social Media

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Crowd funding and Social Media are increasingly important for charities – this session will take you through how to create an effective crowd funding campaign and how to use social media to build an engaged online community around your organisation.

Dolma Beresford, Director at The Meridian Trust, will tell you how to harness your audience’s online habits to find real fundraising capital.

Donna will discuss a real-life case study to help examine how to create well thought out projects, how to use social media to raise awareness and how to set – and achieve  the maximum fundraising goal.
She will talk through how an effective crowd funding campaign can be created from inception to delivery and how to create crowdfunding-cartoonhigh impact campaigns from low financial input, whilst raising awareness of your organisation’s vital issues, passions and projects, and creating a ‘buzz’ around your work on social media, bringing an online community together for your campaign.
Crowd funding and social media is increasingly important for charities, not for profits and social enterprises. The number one reason people log on to the internet is to check social media status – harnessing this can enhance response rates to ‘calls for action’ very significantly without the need for annoying direct mail which can often ‘lose’ potential supporters and funders.

Social media is the optimum vehicle for all modern organisations to communicate with their supporters. Your community can expand locally and globally to reach those people that believe in what you are doing. This world can be harnessed and turned into fundraising capital.

register onlineIf you want to learn more, then book your place now. These monthly clinics are free to anyone working in or interested in fundraising and the charity sector.
DATE: Friday 6 November 2015
TIME: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
VENUE: Freshfields, Northcliffe House, 28 Tudor Street, London, EC4Y 0AY
COST: Places are free but there is a £20 booking deposit which will be returned to you after the event.

The International Fundraising Consultancy (IFC) set up First Friday Fundraising Clinics to create a free space for non-profit organisnon-profit-guide-crowdfundingations to ask questions and get advice on a range of fundraising topics. These events are a great opportunity for you to meet face to face with fundraising experts for free and get their support with a particular issue or challenge you may be facing.

 

Non Profit Guide to Crowd Funding from Ernest Barbaric’s blog

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