Development on a budget
|Time||10:00 to 16:00|
New King's Road
With tightening budgets, limited resources and a small development team, it can be difficult to know where to start and what should be your priorities. Join us to learn how you can ensure no matter how small your budget, you are still making a big impact with your fundraising.
Why should you attend?
For schools with small development teams, perhaps you are the development team, it can be difficult to know where to prioritise your time and resources to get the greatest return on investment – alumni engagement, major donors, legacy giving? This workshop will explore how schools can use limited resources to best effect, and will share tried and tested ways of achieving fundraising success on a budget.
Who should attend?
This workshop is suitable for development professionals, heads, bursars, governors and other senior management team members.
This workshop will leave attendees with the following knowledge:
Where to start? What can you do with limited resources?
Including how to:
- optimise the impact of your senior leadership team
- develop your own inhouse feasibility study
- prioritise what fundraising you do
- maximise your cultivation and stewardship programme
How does it work in practice?
A range of case studies from schools with small development offices making it work
Developing a development strategy that requires limited resources but will make a big impact
An opportunity to share some of the challenges you face and to discuss how to overcome these
Read the full programme here.
£145 - IDPE members
£240 - non-members and corporate partners
Debra Price, Head of Philanthropy at RSAcademics since January 2016, formerly Deputy Head, Benenden School. Development Director at Benenden School from 1990 to 2012. Currently a board member of Harrow International Schools in Beijing, Shanghai, Bangkok and Hong Kong. Trustee of the UK Sailing Association and Trustee of Mountbatten Hospice.
Ian Wilmshurst, Headmaster of King’s School, Bruton since 2009. Deputy Headmaster, The Royal Hospital School, 2005-2009, Housemaster at Merchiston Castle School, 1992-2005.
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