15:00 (GMT+1) | 13 June 2013
Research indicates that 61% of donors think charities don't spend enough on their cause. And 33% are put off by bad publicity about the charity sector*.
Charities wanting to engage supporters and maintain/increase income need to be transparent in their activities, in order to gain confidence and trust from their donors and supporters.
Tune into this Third Sector webinar for key strategies to:
1) Develop best practices for maintaining transparency as a core value;
2) Discover the role transparency plays in attracting donors and corporate partners;
3) Understand how transparency affects the public perception of your charity.
4) Hear a case study from Self Help Africa on how they implemented a worldwide reporting solution that enabled transparency to donors and greater visibility at Head Office.
*Report by NFP Synergy (December 2012)
Speakers:Alison Cowan, Global Finance Manager, Self Help Africa
Isaac Dwek, Charity Specialist, PS Financials
Nicola Dodd, Head of PR and Social Media, Cancer Research UKSponsored by:- - - - -
15:00 (GMT+1) | 23 May 2013
Off the back of the Olympics in London, 2012 was the year of the volunteer – especially amongst young people. Attracting engaging and retaining these individuals is not easy, but huge dividends are payable to anyone who does it well.
Volunteers are often public facing and essential to the service provision, fundraising, and brand image of charities, but hanging onto them requires a plan. Tune into this Third Sector webinar to hear top tips for:
* Retaining your best volunteers through personal development programmes;
* Making advancements in service provision and driving positive social impact, PR, or fundraising opportunities through effective volunteer engagement;
* Improve transparency and support structures through having a comprehensive overview of every volunteer’s activities.
This webinar is essential for anyone working within a charity supported by volunteers.
Speakers:Tiger de Souza, Head of Volunteering, NSPCCSponsored by:- - - - -
25 April 2013
The world is globalised, and to operate in a global environment charities need to collaborate across borders, communicate effectively with stakeholders and supporters, and develop their fundraising strategies to include mobile and digital as core elements.
In an increasingly competitive marketplace charities must up their game. Tune into this Third Sector webinar to hear key strategies for:
• Developing fundraising strategies: Charities must adapt to stay ahead of the competition and survive.
• Drive up productivity and drive down expenditure. How to do more with less.
• Streamlining collaboration both inside the organisation. Hear a case study from Liz Wilson, Director of Finance and Operations at Tenovus, on how they did so.
Speakers:Joel Trotman, Account Manager, ThankQ from Access Group
Liz Wilson, Director of Finance & Operations, TenovusSponsored by:* * * * *
09 November 2012
Rightly or wrongly, in recent years there has been an increasing school of thought that there are too many charities and that resources and funds are not going as far as they could. This has led to many people, both in and outside government, asking why there is not an increase in successful, strategic charity mergers. But is this a fair question and, if so, what is the best answer?
Third Sector’s upcoming live webcast asks our panel of experts:
• Why should two charities merge? And when are alternatives, such as strong partnerships, a better option?
• What is the business case for a merger? How can they be used to effectively reduce costs, pool resources and improve services?
• Mergers effect everyone involved with the charity, from employees to end users, how should the concerns of different stakeholders be addressed to maintain trust and support?
• Is it possible to maintain the identity and history of both charities in the years after a merger?
There will also be in depth case studies from charities that have merged, providing essential insights into best practice for any organisations considering merging or not wishing to rule it out for the future.
Speakers:Andrew Cozens CBE, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Carers Trust
Rupert Joce, Senior Technical Underwriter, Markel Insurance
Tom Wright CBE, Group Chief Executive, Age UK
Viv Evans OBE, Chief Executive, AdfamModerated by Alex Whitson, Head of Content, Third Sector InsightSponsored by:- - - - -
18 October 2012
With so much economic uncertainty tune in to Third Sector’s upcoming webcast to hear how to make your charities investments work harder now and into the future:
- What is the financial outlook for charities? With interest rates low is investing the way forward? Or does it carry too much risk?
- Gain proven tips to ensure that you mitigate the risks to your charity and drive profits in the years ahead
- Evolve your investment strategy to drive maximum value from your funds – bolstering your cause and help deliver on your mission
Speakers:Bish Limbu, Fund Manager, Octopus Investments
Mark Morford, Product Manager, Investments, CAF
Paul Farmer, Chief Executive, MindModerated by Alex Whitson, Head of Content, Third Sector InsightSponsored by:* * * * *