The FSI 90 Minutes Webinar Series
July 5 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
One event on May 17, 2022 at 4:00 PM
One event on May 23, 2022 at 12:00 PM
One event on May 30, 2022 at 8:00 AM
One event on July 5, 2022 at 10:00 AM
The FSI are offering webinars to charities to join the next sessions in the FSI’s Webinar Series offering 90-minute interactive webinars. These webinars have limited space as they emphasise activities and interaction with our trainers, along with opportunities for Q&A throughout the session. 90 minute webinars are only £5 (or £20 for Associate Members)
VENUE: At your home or desk (internet required)
Collecting Evidence and Asking the Right Questions – 17th May at 2:00pm
Gathering data and feedback from stakeholders and service users is an essential stage in measuring your impact, and there are many different ways you can do it. We’ll explore what to consider when choosing the most relevant data collection methods for your organisation, and how to make sure your chosen methods are robust and effective.
Assessing and communicating your Impact – 17th May at 4:00pm
How to analyse data and information to identify the difference your work makes Using that information to inform strategic development, learning and innovation How to communicate your impact with your stakeholders
Introduction to Stewardship – 23rd May at 12:00pm
Looking at the fundamentals of Stewardship, we will look at the benefits of growing relationships with your donors and address some keyfirst steps to retaining and growing your supporter base. Designed for staffand volunteers of any level.
Stewardship Practices – 30th May at 8:00am
Designed for those with experience in stewardship or thosewho have attended our Introduction to Stewardship course, we will look in moredepth at sustainable and scalable stewardship programmes, and share examples ofhow to go the extra mile.
Child Sponsorship: Options if you’re thinking of moving away from this model (International Development Charities) – 5th July at 10:00am
Child sponsorship was one of the most innovative marketing and fundraising models of its time. Established in the 1930s, it has been and still is a staple model for many non-profits fundraising for children and young people. Whilst being a successful way of raising money for some charities, some find it administratively burdensome and are beginning to question the ethics surrounding this style of fundraising.
This session is FREE (£10 deposit refunded on full attendance)