Each Third Sector conference is filled with ideas and fresh thinking that you can take back to the office. Following extensive research, we choose industry-leading speakers that will present the highest quality content that you need to push your organisation forward.
With groundbreaking presentations and case studies, thought-provoking discussions, in-depth round tables, insightful panels, practical masterclasses and hands-on workshops, you will be sure to leave each event inspired and with a head (or notebook!) jam-packed with ideas and steps to action.
Third Sector Fundraising Conference
Date: 27th-28th May 2021
Third Sectors Fundraising Conference is a two day event.
The conference is overflowing with inspiration, innovation, and practical solutions to your fundraising challenges right now. From cause-led and supporter-first campaigns to diversified revenue models and digital fundraising, it’s time to step up and work together to build a bright future for the fundraising community.
Third Sector Awards 2021
One of Third Sector's most important missions – and passions – is to recognise the achievements of charities and provide a platform for examples of good practice.
The Third Sector Awards provide an opportunity for voluntary organisations of all sizes, and the people who work for them, to celebrate their work and the real difference they make to society. After the extraordinary events of the Covid-19 pandemic, this has never been so important.
Third Sector's Tech Summit
Date: 11th February 2021
Third Sectors Tech Summit is a one day event and free to attend.
The event brought together senior leadership, product, technology, HR, and digital teams to discuss how to optimise the use of technology to operate a successful modern charity. With case studies from leading organisations in the digital space, we explored how your charity can boost efficiency, increase engagement and create more impact by leveraging the power of existing and emerging technology.
Webinar: Lessons from the pandemic: Rethinking the supporter experience in a socially-distant world
Date: 18 Feb 2021 11:00 GMT
COVID-19 has upended our world in more ways than one. It has pushed us out of our comfort zones and forced us to rethink the way we work, engage with supporters, use technology, and deliver impact. But it has also allowed us to reset and reinvent.
Supporter experience was one focus area that came to the forefront when we could longer meet in person. Editor Emily Burt hosts an hour long conversation, together with senior charity leaders and in partnership with Salesforce.org - discussing how trailblazing nonprofits got innovative and found new ways to deliver an exceptional supporter experience during the pandemic.
Third Sector Digital Fundraising Forum
Date: 15-16 December 2020
The Third Sector Digital Fundraising Forum is a two, half-day exclusive event. A Third Sector forum consists of two elements: Dedicated 1-2-1 meetings with suppliers and providers to create the contacts and gather the tools necessary to make your plan a reality and content sessions designed to inspire and encourage you to make the next step in your organisation's growth and development.
Third Sector Briefing: Wellbeing in the third sector virtual event
Date: 10 December 2020
The fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic has only just begun and with cases still rising across the globe, charities are feeling the impact. Fundraising has fallen. Budgets have been slashed. Many have had to furlough employees earlier in the year and now they are looking at restructuring the business and making redundancies in order to survive. Brought to you by Third Sector, the Wellbeing in the third sector Breakfast Briefing will feature case studies and best practice presentations from industry leaders and HR and recruitment experts that will outline how best to support your employees during this time of crisis.
Webinar: How to get the most from Giving Tuesday
Date: 15 Oct 2020 11:00 BST
2020 has been a unique experience with highs and lows – particularly when it comes to fundraising. With normality upended, it’s time for nonprofits to think creatively (and virtually) around their strategy for generating income. Giving Tuesday is rushing headlong toward us – December 1 – are you ready? This is a dedicated day for the sector; a day of generosity and giving back, to balance the heady consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Every nonprofit has a chance to reignite lapsed relationships, ignite new ones and shout about their impact on Giving Tuesday.
Webinar: The Digital Imperative: Nonprofit Marketing in Time of Change
Date: 18 Aug 2020 11:00 BST
The world around us is changing and driving the need for all of us to transform how we engage, communicate and operate. Today's digital-first constituents have high expectations. Join us and a panel of charity digital marketers discussing their approach to planning for changing times and changing constituent expectations.
Webinar: Planning for the next normal in the non-profit sector
Date: 18 June 2020 11:00 BST
Many charities have been affected by the pandemic, seeing their income fall and demand for services rise. So what steps can they take next? On June 18th, we will be joined by a panel of charity CEOs discussing their approach to planning for changing times and for the road to recovery.
Third Sector's Fundraising Conference 2020
20-21 May, 2020
Third Sector’s Fundraising Conference, brings together the most innovative and creative fundraising professionals to explore the most pressing issues the sector faces.
Leaders in Charity Forum 2019
The fundraising environment is changing rapidly. The previous sure-fire income bets are no longer as dependable as they once were and new, emerging techniques are coming to the fore. This one-day forum will provide chief executives with an opportunity to reflect on their charity’s existing fundraising strategy and explore the other possibilities now available.
Campaigns for Good Awards 2019
Leading Haymarket titles
recognise campaigns that use creative ideas successfully to further positive causes, and also acknowledge the organisations behind them.