No new normal: Fundraising after COVID-19. 15th-17th November 2021
Join fundraisers from around the world at Global Giving 2022, a brand new online conference from 15th-17th November 2021.
As the world reopens post Covid, hear from the experts – both donors and fundraisers – on how Covid-19 has affected fundraising operations globally, what is happening now and how organisations are adapting to secure their futures.
What: Global Giving 2022 – Providing a unique forum whereby fundraisers from all around the world can swap ideas, learn how other organisations big and small have dealt with the challenges of the pandemic, both positive and negative. There will also be regional spotlight interviews, looking at the current situation, challenges and wins in East Africa and Asia. We’ll also be hearing from donors and organisations in Europe, Latin America and the US.
Where: Online via Zoom Conferencing
When: 15th-17th November 2021 at 4pm-6pm GMT
- Day One – How to plan during uncertainty – how the experts are operating and strategising in our current landscape.
- Day Two – Team dynamics – how to get the best out of your team remotely.
- Day Three – How to successfully approach donors during COVID.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Nick Booth, MVO, CEO, True Patriot Love Foundation in Canada
- Yasmeen Hassan Global Executive Director of Equality Now in the US
- Angelica Pino, Grants Manager and Capacity Strengthening Specialist at The Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI), LATAM
- Sam Kayongo, Director, IFC Uganda
- Francesca Mineo, Director, IFC Italy
Who is the conference for?
Senior fundraisers and fundraising managers, department directors and CEOs of charities and NGOs working on a local, national and international level.
Global Giving 2022 is brought to you by the International Fundraising Consultancy (IFC), a global company with fundraising experts in 16 countries around the world, based in Europe, the US, Latin America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Book your place
Conference registration is now open. Book your place today.