Institute of fundraising: Best deals for Convention 2005 delegates

This year's National Convention, taking place from 11-13 July 2005 at the Hilton London Metropole, is more accessible than ever before, with the move from Birmingham to the capital and a substantially reduced pricing structure.

The new non-residential rates are intended to make the event available to a wider audience, and an extended programme of more than 160 streamed sessions offers even greater value for attendees. This year, the event is being lengthened to three full, non-residential days. Delegates can choose to attend for one, two or all three days, at a cost of:

For attendees who wish to stay the night, the Institute has negotiated the reduced rate of £124 per night (bed and breakfast) at the Hilton London Metropole. There will also be a hotel-finding service listing alternative accommodation.

The programme for the National Convention and a dedicated convention website will be launched on 14 March 2005, and will reveal details of the sessions and relevant speakers.

To find out more, email convention@institute-of-fundraising.org.uk or call Kirsty on 020 7840 1000.

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