Brave Corporate Partnerships
Date: Friday 7th Feb 2020
Time: 13:00 to 16:00
Venue: Dogs for Good
The Frances Hay Centre
How come corporate fundraising is only 5% of charity voluntary income, when we know that the corporate sector is enormous? Is it because companies are mean, or do we need to change our approach? In this session Jonathan will show how the most successful corporate partnerships are created and delivered by being brave. He will share insightful examples from his work with charities including SolarAid, Tommy’s and the RSPCA. You will leave his session feeling courageous and inspired to create your own extraordinary partnerships.
• Outcome 1 You need to engage companies emotionally
• Outcome 2 The importance of pitching
• Outcome 3 The biggest risk is not taking a risk
The speaker:- Jonathan Andrews
Jonathan is a corporate and charity partnerships specialist with 19 years’ experience. He has led successful teams at Alzheimer’s Society, Age UK, Action for Children and Unilever. At Alzheimer’s Society his team increased fundraising income from £4m to £16m. He has secured major partnerships including BT, Bupa, Credit Suisse and Santander. He is the co-founder of Byte Night, which has raised over £10 million for Action for Children. He is the founder and managing director of Remarkable Partnerships, a consultancy helping companies and charities create partnerships driven by purpose. He has written two industry reports and he was corporate partnerships project leader for the Commission on the Donor Experience.
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1.00pm - Arrival, refreshments and networking
2.00pm - Session starts
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