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​Fundraising Futures: Innovation with Flying Cars

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Fundraising Futures Innovation Feb2020

​Fundraising Futures: Innovation with Flying Cars

Charity People is hugely excited to be hosting an exclusive, interactive event with the brilliant innovation collective Flying Cars.
Fundraising is changing. As fundraising leaders, decision- makers and change-makers we would be delighted if you would join us for this one-off innovation event.
The future is here. Don’t get left behind.

When: Thursday 27th February, 2020

5:00pm arrival, 5:30pm workshop starts, 6:30pm onwards drinks and network

Where: Charity People, 3 Tuns House, 109 Borough High Street, London SE1 1NL

Flying Cars Innovation will take you through a fast-paced series of exercises designed to help you innovate at work and develop new solutions to the issues you are wrestling with in your area of fundraising expertise. If you need a new individual giving proposition, a new mass engagement event or an exciting idea to put in your next corporate partnership proposal attending this event will increase the tools at your disposal to develop ideas that work.

On the night, we will work through a real issue submitted by you in advance and use a rigorous methodology and process to come up with innovative solutions to your problems. We’ll offer fresh audience insight into the problem area and develop practical solutions to your fundraising problem that you can develop further in the coming months.

Before the event:

This will be a fully-interactive event, helping you explore innovative ways of problem solving. To have the chance to work through something fundraising-related you are currently struggling with, please share an issue with us by February 14th 2020.

1.Tell us a little about an issue you are struggling to solve. It might be something like:
We need to engage more 30-40-year-olds with regular giving, or how do we grow our grassroots fundraising using our regional presence

2.Who is the core audience you need to attract/engage with this problem - please tell us a little bit about them

3.What would success look like in tackling this issue?

All submissions will be treated entirely in confidence and remain confidential.

This is a free event with limited capacity. We ask that if you do confirm, please, you do attend.

Please RSVP