Defining the New Normal – Virtual Global Fundraising Summit
Join the first ever global virtual summit dedicated to arts, culture and heritage professionals, brought to you by the National Arts Fundraising School.
As we emerge from the worst of the Coronavirus crisis, what lessons have we learned about ourselves, our organisations and our sector? As we reopen to the public and resume activities, how do we face the fundraising challenges ahead with confidence?
Join cultural leaders, fundraisers, experts, funders and artists from Australia, Singapore, Russia, India, Ghana, South Africa, USA, Canada, Brazil, UK and Europe for a truly global conversation about the future of arts, cultural and heritage fundraising.
About this Event
Sessions will explore learnings and best practice from the last 6 months and examine what arts fundraising will look like in a post-coronavirus world. Featuring panel discussions, debates, case studies and workshops about fundraising strategy and innovation, trusts and foundations, corporate partnerships, individual, major giving, legacy and capital campaigns, digital fundraising, leadership and governance.
The summit will stream live worldwide on Tuesday 18 August. With two live rooms to choose from and move between, you’ll also get bonus download sessions, resources, a ticket to the Emcees Awards for Excellence in Arts & Cultural Fundraising, and access to all the content for a further 30 days – so you won’t miss a thing no matter where you are in the world.
Defining The New Normal is an unmissable opportunity to reflect, learn and plan for your future. Can’t join them on the day? Doesn’t mean you have to miss out. Buy your ticket and you will get access to all the sessions and content to watch in your own time after the live stream.
How to book
For more information on how to register visit – fundraisingeverywhere.com/arts/
Due to international remit of this event, event times will vary from those on this website entry.
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