Top tips to continue fundraising for your church

07 July 2020

Build your confidence and identify key steps that you can take to begin or build your fundraising.

Whatever the level of fundraising experience or knowledge within your church, this webinar will help you to build confidence and identify key steps that you can take to begin or build your fundraising.

The session will address three key questions:

  • With social distancing in place, how can I fundraise?
  • What can we do to keep our donors involved and up to date?
  • How can we replace funds usually raised before social distancing? (for example from collections, room hire and events).

The session will also provide tips and guidance that can be started straight away:

  • Key terms in fundraising for churches.
  • Compiling a strong case for support.
  • Focusing on regular giving.
  • Keeping donors involved.
  • Digital fundraising.
  • Researching and applying to grant funders.

Webinar speaker

Philanthropy Company is a fundraising and philanthropy consultancy with over 18 years’ experience working with a range of churches, charities, organisations and non-profits.

Caroline Underwood OBE

Caroline Underwood = Philanthropy [image]Caroline leads the Philanthropy Company and is an expert in fundraising and philanthropy. With over 30 years’ experience in fundraising, she has worked at the highest levels with trustees, chiefs of industry, philanthropists and government leaders. She volunteers as a School Governor; for Unicef UK as Vice Chair as well as in her local community supporting her local church in Oxfordshire.

Caroline was awarded an OBE for charitable services in the 2017 Queen’s Birthday Honors.

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