The Black Fundraisers Network (BFN) will be delivering a one day training programme, designed to appeal to a broad range of fundraisers working in or on behalf of small to medium sized, non profit organisations. These workshops will be delivered in Queen Mary University's Arts Two building.
The day is comprised of 4 workshops (2 morning, 2 afternoon) with a keynote speech from an industry expert as well as the unique opportunity to meet some of the most well known funders, Esmee Fairbairn, The Big Lottery and Lloyds TSB Foundation. Lunch and refreshments are included as well as course materials.
Four specialist areas will be covered:
Major Donors (morning)
Trusts and Foundations (morning)
Corporate Fundraising (afternoon)
Community and Events (afternoon)
Each area will be delivered by professionals currently working within these fields who have a thorough understanding of the concerns and issues as well as the techniques and methods employed for success in each area. Each workshop has also been tailored to address the needs of faith groups operating in each of these areas.
On choosing your registration type, you will be able to select your preferred options for both morning and afternoon sessions. Places are on a first come, first served basis as spaces are limited.
The Queen Mary (University of London) Arts Two Building is located in the heart of East London within a few minutes' walk from Mile End tube station. The Arts Two Building is a new, unique building with a modern, contemporary feel with wheelchair access to accommodate disabled delegates.
Should you have any queries or issues, please do not hesitate to contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 07985 437 438 or 07939 738 630. www.bfn.org.uk