Date: 30 March 2012
Time: 9.30am - 5pm
Venue: Brunei Theatre, SOAS, London, WC1H 0XG
This Institute of Fundraising conference has been created to enable small charities to ensure that they are fundraising successfully and focussing on the areas that will really help them maximise their income.
With detailed workshops on a host of fundraising techniques and issues, as well as live case studies, this is the must-attend event for trustees and employees of all small charities. As well as a full seminar programme, there will be ample opportunities to meet with like-minded colleagues from similar sized charities to share ideas and experiences, or simply provide each with other some much needed support in difficult times.
Throughout the day, choose from sixteen invaluable workshops and presentations on topics ranging from creating a fundraising strategy, to fundraising from trusts, to Gift Aid and VAT. Wherever you currently focus your fundraising efforts, the conference is guaranteed to open your eyes to a new income stream that you previously thought unreachable.
Please note that because this event is designed for small charities with voluntary incomes of below £1million (for whom the OCS subsidised rate applies), they will need to verify booking eligibility before taking payment, and therefore online card payments are not possible for this event.
How do I book?
Booking will be confirmed upon receipt of full payment made in advance and will only be refunded if cancellation is made one week before the training is due to take place.
Bookings and payments can now be made online - just click on the link at the bottom of each course outline. We also accept cheques (made payable to VAWF) or BACS payments. Please contact Sangita Zeline for our account details: email@example.com or on 020 8558 3614 x 222
We reserve the right to limit the number of places booked by any one organisation on any one single course.
Please note that an administration fee may be charged to those who reserve a place but fail to attend without due notice, in order to help prevent spare places being wasted.