IDPE Essential Fundraising Toolkit for State Schools
|Time||10:00 to 16:00|
|Location||Tonbridge Grammar School|
Join us for a one-day seminar to explore how development could benefit your school and its community. This seminar will provide you with practical advice and a greater understanding of how to get started with engagement and fundraising in your school.
‘I thought it was an excellent, extremely valuable day. I came away with a whole range of practical ways to launch a development office and get people involved. The atmosphere during the day encouraged discussion, debate and the sharing of ideas. Everyone present felt comfortable to raise issues or challenges they had, or envisaged having.’
2018 IDPE Essential Fundraising Toolkit for State Schools attendee
'An extremely useful day, packed with practical advice and suggestions.'
2019 IDPE Essential Fundraising Toolkit for State Schools attendee
What to expect
In this seminar you will hear first-hand from experienced development professionals with a proven track record in engagement and professional fundraising in schools. Topics covered will include:
- How to set up a development office and start professionally fundraising
- What the pitfalls to avoid are when starting out in schools’ development
- Success stories of those state schools which have already embarked on their schools’ development journey
Who should attend?
This seminar is for heads, bursars and governors in the state school sector who wish to find out more about schools' development and income generation through fundraising. It is also suitable for schools’ development professionals and senior leaders new to schools’ development.
Dr Challoner’s Grammar School
Director of Development and Alumni Relations
Tonbridge Grammar School
So why not join us on to start exploring the difference income generation from fundraising could make to your school and your students?
For more information, please contact the IDPE office on 01225 829030.
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