Breakfast Briefing - How peer to peer fundraising can improve the performance of your events by up to 40%
The Hub, 34b York Way, King's Cross, N1 9AB
09:30 - Tuesday, 10 July 2012
A Purple Vision breakfast briefing hosted by Steve Thomas and David Williams-Jones, with market research by Blackbaud.
Join us and other fundraisers to learn how to optimise event fundraising, with straightforward practices and tools that will boost the performance of your events. We will share with you the critical moments in your eventers’ relationship journey, and recommend best practices that you can put into action immediately.
Peer-to-peer fundraising is a term that describes the activities of key supporters who fundraise on your behalf among their own networks of families and friends. With increasing adoption of social networks (both online and traditional) this is a rapidly expanding area for both income generation and community engagement.
Drawing on the latest research from Blackbaud in Australia, we will present insights and recommendations, as well as exploring what these findings mean for hospices here in the UK, with particular focus on how to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of your midnight walk and other key events.
To reserve a place at this event, please use the link in the right hand column above.