Tickets available for Third Sector’s 2022 fundraising conference

Passes for the two-day virtual event start at just £15 per person for people working for small charities

Charity leaders including Alison Cowan, executive director of fundraising and engagement at Scope, Julia Lynch, founder of Global Girl Project, and Craig Jones, chief executive of The Royal Osteoporosis Society, will speak at Third Sector’s fundraising conference at the end of the month.

The 2022 conference will take place virtually on 26 and 27 May and tickets start at just £15 per person for delegates working for small charities.

The event will focus on helping fundraisers respond to the pressing demands for transformation and change in the charity sector, tackling challenges around digital development and building long-term relationships with supporters.

The conference will open with a keynote presentation on the post-pandemic fundraising landscape from David Reeves, supporter journey manager at the Woodland Trust and chair of the supporter experience group at the Chartered Institute of Fundraising.

In a fireside chat, Ama Ofori-Darko, fundraising manager at Royal Opera House, and Sarah Shooter, head of development at Theatre Royal Wakefield, will discuss the importance of increasing individual giving from the local community.

Callum Cornwell, marketing and social media officer at Beyond Reflection, Lis Rising, senior digital fundraiser at the NSPCC, and Bea Khan, senior digital fundraising executive at Barnardo’s, will explore how to harness the power of digital to develop fundraising portfolios.

Other speakering at the two-day event include Charlotte Fielder, head of volunteering at Battersea Cat and Dogs Home, Nicola Smedley, director of marketing and supporter engagement at Cancer Research UK, Yvonne Field, founder and chief executive of The Ubele Initiative, and Dami Solebo, business director at Finding Rhythms.

“There has been little respite for charities and their work in 2022, with fundraisers facing a cost-of-living crisis and, of course, the ongoing disruption of the pandemic,” said Emily Burt, editor of Third Sector.

“The fundraising conference will create a space to get together and not just reflect on the great things fundraisers have achieved under trying circumstances this year, but look ahead at the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.”

For more information and to book tickets visit the Third Sector Fundraising Conference website.

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