Training & Events Calendar
Welcome to our Training & Events calendar. You can search our calendar by event type, interest, region and date. Also take a look at our featured events in the right hand column.
30/06/2015 This one day course will give you an introduction to legacy fundraising, equipping you with the tools you need to promote legacy giving. We'll begin by focusing on who leaves legacies and the motivations behind their gifts. We'll then move on to consider the practical implications of these findings: how to craft legacy messages and implement a legacy fundraising programme.
06/07/2015 With 800 attendees, a celebrity host, 5 star dining, free flowing wine and most importantly, the chance to celebrate the amazing fundraising achievements of inspirational organisations, teams and individuals, IoF National Fundraising Awards is one of the highlights of the sector's calendar.
13/07/2015 The next IoF Legacy Marketing and In Memoriam Fundraising Special Interest Group Conference will be on Recruiting new legacy enquirers and in mem supporters
14/07/2015 Leading an events department involves careful coordination and planning of not only the event itself, but also the events team and strategy. This engaging course is designed to help you to evaluate the performance of your current portfolio of events, drive forward your events strategy, and lead plans for income growth.
15/07/2015 Who should attend: IoF volunteers/committee members that would like to deliver the Introductory Certificate in Fundraising(ICiF) training in their Nation/Region or support their existing trainers with the delivery of the course. Please be aware that only two delegates may attend from each regional/special interest group.
16/07/2015 How well do you know Doris? In the UK “Doris Donor” is the most likely to give to not-for-profit heritage organisations. This one day workshop will help you to get to know your key donors. It is packed with practical tools and tips to help heritage projects analyse their visitors and so shape marketing messages and communications and engage audiences with heritage.