Monday, December 1, 2008

IoF Conference: Fundraising in an Economic Downturn - Surviving and Thriving

The IoF have just announced they will be holding a conference 26th February 2009 focusing on fundraising in an economic downturn.

When: Thursday 26th February, 2009
Where: Ibis, Earls Court, London UK

To view details of the conference you can do so at www.institute-of-fundraising.org.uk/economy

The blurb:

Don't say the 'R' word
UK charities are facing up to operating and surviving in the weakest economy for many years. Professional fundraisers are at the forefront of maintaining financial stability and even rising to the challenge of raising more money to cope with increased demand for their organisations’ services. The Institute of Fundraising is currently focussed on supporting fundraisers through these challenging times.


Survival and revival
This conference offers you the opportunity to learn from experts and other organisations in the sector about fundraising strategies that deliver survival and stability. Keep up to date with the latest thinking and trends, be inspired and get fresh ideas to stay positive and sharpen your approach to fundraising in these unchartered waters.

Click here to sign up


1 comment:

Mberenis said...

In a recession, it isn't always bad. Most people don't realize how much money there is out there. During economic times like this, there is more money to be had than ever. Because of the bailouts and economy, lenders are bending over backwards to bail you out too. Believe it or not, there is people getting tons of cheap money nowdays to start businesses, buy homes, pay off debt, and more. Recession Bailouts for YOU