Essentials in Digital Skills for Fundraising

Watershed, 1 Canons Road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5TX

02072471430
[email protected]
http://artsfundraising.org.uk/

Wednesday 05 December 2018
11am - 5pm
Opening Hours: 9am - 9pm
Admission Fee: £110 (£99 concession)
Booking essential
Book online here: http://artsfundraising.org.uk/using-digital-tools-creative-fundraising/

This course gives people from any scale of organisation the tools to make the most out of digital fundraising with minimal time, skills and expertise. The course includes practical digital exercises so please bring a phone, tablet or laptop.

Who is it for?

Essentials in Digital Skills for Fundraising is for people who are early in their fundraising career or those from other careers who want to understand more about how to raise money through digital channels. The course is excellent as an induction tool for new fundraisers in the arts, culture and heritage sectors.

What will I learn?

  • Greater confidence in choosing and using digital tools for fundraising
  • How to measure digital results
  • The digital options available to your organisation, its audience and supporters
  • How other arts and cultural organisations are using digital for fundraising
  • Further resources to generate ideas
  • The latest trends in fundraising via our specialist national data

The course will run from 11am – 5.00pm. Lunch is included.

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