Institute of Fundraising: Events

Consultants Group - The Cavendish Club, 44 Great Cumberland Place, London W1 (Nearest Tube: Marble Arch) Wednesday 19 January, 3.15-6.30pm, £10. 'Fundraising Question Time', chaired by Geoff Howard. The panellists will be Andrew Day, Andrew de Mille, Eileen Hammond and David Saint. Followed by a finger buffet and wine. For more information please contact Roberta Hill on 0777 392 4947

Northern Ireland Group - Malone Presbyterian Church Hall, Lisburn Road, Belfast. Wednesday 19 January, 12.30-2pm. An introduction to Strategic Management, with Denny Elliott of the Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke Association. For more information please contact: northernireland@ institute-of-fundraising.org.uk

Corporate Fundraisers - NATFHE Conference Centre, 27 Britannia Street, London WC1X 9JP. Wednesday 2 February, 1.30pm for 2pm. 'Dirty Money' - a panel discussion on ethics. Should charities always accept money from firms, regardless of where it comes from, because they have a duty to their clients and service users? For further details contact: daniel@foyer.net

Yorkshire Group - Leeds University. Thursday 3 February. 'Creativity & Motivation' - a full day convention with Bernard Ross. For further information contact the Yorkshire region secretary Christine Saxon at csaxon@nspcc.org.uk

North West Group - Atlantic Suite (Terminal 2) Manchester Airport. Wednesday 2 March, £45 (IFNW members), £65 (non-members). One-day seminar: The Charities Bill. How will the Bill affect grass-roots fundraising? For more information please contact: northwest@institute-of-fundraising.org.uk.

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