“Your charity has a strong local supporter base. A local wealthy entrepreneur has offered a substantial personal donation that will make a significant difference to your beneficiaries. You are aware that the entrepreneur is currently applying for planning permission for a contentious redevelopment. What are the issues to be taken into account, when deciding whether to accept the donation?”
This and other scenarios will come under discussion at the AFC¹s Annual 2015 Forum – Money, power, influence – integrity in major gifts consultancy.
Monday, 20 July 2015 from 15:00 to 18:00 (BST) followed by networking drinks and optional supper.
National Liberal Club
SW1A 2HE London
The forum is an ideal opportunity to network with other Fundraising professionals, consultants and industry representatives.
3.15 pm Arrival – tea and coffee
3.30 – 4.00 pm Keynote address, Rt Revd Graham James the Bishop of Norwich
4.00 – 5 pm Panel, Dr Kevin Fewster, Director of the National Maritime Museum, other members’ tbc
5 – 5.30 pm Challenges in major gifts consultancy. Group discussion of challenging scenarios that arise and ways of addressing these.
5.30 – 6.00 pm Plenary Groups feedback the results of their discussions.
6.15 pm Networking drinks and canapés in the Smoking Room followed by (optional) supper (venue tbc).
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