Fundraising – A Perfect FitEvent Date:23 October 2020 11:00 am — 23 October 2020 12:30pm
SEMD have commissioned experienced sector support agency: ‘Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy‘ to deliver two short online courses For our South East museums covering key fundraising skills, and current thinking and practice.
Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy have a good track record in the sector for transforming the fundraising knowledge, skills and levels of success of arts organisations. Working with trustees, CEOs, senior leaders midcareer and new and emerging talent to harness the opportunities that fundraising offers. They have worked alongside other regional museum development teams to support and grow a skilled fundraising workforce and raise levels of success.
Two short courses will be delivered in a 90 minute format on zoom. Each session will be available for up to 15 attendees to allow for discussion and Q&A. Bookings can be made for both days or just one day, but with only 1 booking per organisation on a session. After the course the trainer will evaluate attendee feedback and support with further queries and guidance requests.
Fundraising – A Perfect Fit
led by David Johnson
This session is aimed at supporting museum staff, volunteers and trustees to create and adapt fundraising strategies in crisis and recovery, and to incorporate ethical fundraising and organisational values into fundraising targets and mechanisms.
Key content will include:
> Approaching fundraising strategically, including considering key income sources And the impact of COVID-19 on fundraising from these streams
> Considering resourcing and staffing fundraising in museums
> The Importance of ethical fundraising policies and prioritising values during the COVID-19 pandemic
Expected Learning outcomes:
1) Learn about how to make your fundraising more strategic
2) Gain confidence in matching the right funders to your projects 3) learn about the importance of having a fundraising role in your organisation
4) Gain an understanding of the ethical considerations during fundraising
5) Help you to achieve accreditation scheme section 2.1 and 2.2