This special one-day Camp is ideal for Wales's Heritage and Environmental Fundraisers, no matter what the project.

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Wednesday 8 November 2017 - Cardiff 
Tuesday 14 November 2017 -Llandudno

Tickets, including lunch and refreshments, are just £20 (RRP £180)

Aim To learn from other Welsh Heritage and Environment organisations that are facing the same challenges as you.

Content The great thing about Fundraising Camps is that you, the delegates, plan out what you're going to talk about for the day. So, if you want to find out how to run a successful capital or legacy campaign, that's exactly what you'll do. You'll spend the first half-hour planning the day out. After that, there will be two, three or four short sessions (30 -45 mins) at any one time running throughout the day. Go to the sessions that interest you most. If it's not quite right for you, you're allowed to leave and go to another session. (Try doing that at a regular formal conference!).

Learning outcomes Come to Fundraising Camp and spend a day:

  • Learning, talking about and even solving the issues and challenges you face in your fundraising.
  • Learn from other fundraisers in your area, find out how they've dealt with similar problems, and share your experience.
  • Make some useful contacts and maybe even enjoy a very practical day of sharing fundraising advice. Think of it as those often valuable networking chat sessions you have at normal conferences but for a whole day.
  • Get up to date with the latest fundraising best practice
  • Getting more confident in your fundraising skills

Who this course is for: This Fundraising Camp is designed for fundraisers who work at heritage and environmental organisations

What people are saying:

"I'm going to the brilliant Fundraising Camp. You should go too!"

Price Tickets, including lunch and refreshments, are just £20 (RRP £180)


About your host, Howard Lake: Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. A former, fundraiser at Oxfam, Afghanaid and Amnesty International, he created the world's first web resource and community for professional fundraisers in 1994. UK Fundraising features news, comment and resources from fundraisers around the world. Howard wrote the world's first book on how to fundraise online in 1996, and his company Fundraising UK Ltd has trained thousands of fundraisers in how to fundraise online.

He is consistently voted in the 50 most influential in fundraising by readers of Fundraising magazine, and has been a judge on the National  Fundraising Awards for the past five years. He has been an innovator  in the sector from the early days of establishing an email discussion  forum for Amnesty fundraisers around the world, through developing a blogging network, to running the first courses on how to fundraise using Twitter.