Ask the experts panel: Managing relationships with trusts under CV-19
Date: Wednesday 10th Jun 2020
Time: 10:30 - 11:30
CV-19 has put trust fundraisers in a challenging position. Not only are their funded projects impacted by lock-down, but their Trusts are facing a loss in income and could even be re-evaluating which causes they would like to support. This webinar will help fundraisers identify the best way to maintain their relationships with funders in order to maintain their support.
- A funded project has been heavily impacted by CV-19 and will likely not meet its objectives, how do you communicate this to the funder supporting it?
- Your team are having a brainstorm on how to keep and build your relationships with funders during lock down. What ideas - 'in' and 'out' of the box - are you bringing to the table?
- How can you begin a trust fundraising programme during lockdown - especially if your charity's focus has been on other income streams or you've been tasked with trust fundraising and its not your area of expertise. If no one is answering the phone at trusts and foundations, how do you build relationships?
- One of your funders’ fundraising has been impacted by CV-19 and they are unsure what support they will be able to give in the future, how do you adapt your approach to keep the relationship?
Do you have a pressing challenge and need help solving it? Book early and you can submit your questions to our experts!
Nick Sankey, Director of Fundraising, Pratham UK
Julian Burke, Head of Philanthropy, Anthony Nolan
Meyrem Hassan, High Value Relationship Lead, Mencap
Mark Smith, Head of Trusts, RSCPA
Kevin Rowe Freelance Fundraising Consultant & Fundraising Manager, HIV Scotland
Moderator: Deanna Wolf, Senior Consultant, Money Tree Fundraising
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