Charities have a long history of engaging and mobilising supporters with their life-changing, impactful work. However, in an age of digitalisation and multichannel messaging it has become increasingly complex to reach target audiences. Renewing the definition of support presents an opportunity to engage with new audiences in a powerful way.

Third Sector’s Supporter Engagement breakfast briefing will address the key issues facing charities in recruiting and retaining supporters, bringing together the best insight from sector experts. Hear from leading names in charity fundraising, marketing and engagement as they discuss the innovations that are helping to drive support for charities in the UK.

The Breakfast Briefing will be taking place on 16 June 2020 online.


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Key Themes:

  • Gain your supporter's attention, right from their first encounter with your charity and your cause.

  • Redefine what the term ‘supporter’ means to your organisation, and to celebrate each level of support effectively

  • Increase value for your supporters and why subscription services are the tip of the iceberg

Confirmed speakers

Anil Ranchod, deputy director PR and communications, Stroke Association

Anil is an Award-winning Deputy Director PR & Communications at the Stroke Association. Anil features in PRWeek’s Power Book 2018, 2019 and 2020 and has a fountain of knowledge of the charity and voluntary sectors having previously worked at Mencap, RNIB, The Children’s Society, Help the Aged and NSPCC in a number of communications roles. He is passionate about diversity, measurement and evaluation, corporate social responsibility, crisis communications, fundraising, strategic planning and corporate communications.

Date: Tuesday 16th June 2020 
Time:   08:30 – 11:15am