Webinar: How digital fundraising research tools can help you gain funds
Thursday, 11th June 2020
Topic: fundraising research tools and their wider fit within a fundraising strategy
Date: Thursday, 11th June 2020
Who is it for: this webinar will be useful for organisations who are new to using fundraising research tools or those looking to use them more strategically. It will be relevant for fundraising leads, CEOs and volunteers alike.
Software: Zoom (all you need is a charged laptop, tablet and internet connection to join the session)
Speaker: Bill Bruty, Fundraising Training Limited
Why you should attend:
Are you lost amongst all the digital tools and databases that can help you identify new development donors? Do you think that tools like Funds for NGOs or Funds Online are a silver bullet to help you find new funding? Do you get stuck after you have searched for and created a long list of potential new donors for your organisation?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then this is the webinar for you!
What the webinar will help you do:
Understand how fundraising research fits into a wider, strategic fundraising process
Know how different digital research tools can be used to identify fundraising leads
Know how to use digital research tools smartly and to inform engagement strategies with new donors
Be aware of good practice in fundraising research
About the speaker:
Bill Bruty is Founder and Director of Fundraising Training Ltd. A fundraiser since 1984 and a fundraising trainer since 1992, Bill is recognised as one of the most experienced and knowledgeable fundraisers in the world, especially in the field of grantseeking from charitable trusts and government bodies.
What previous participants said:
“Bill Bruty, at Fundraising Training Ltd, is – in my eyes - gold standard for those serious about becoming good practitioners.” Lina Santeusanio, ICAN
“I sincerely thank you for the intensive but practical training. You relieved my pain, frustration and bad feelings as a result to the 18 failures in a row.” Sam-Emenyu, Programs Manager, BIDS Foundation, Uganda.