02 December 2020, 2.00pm – 3.00pm
Delivered through the medium of English
To raise awareness of the Code of Fundraising Practice and its relevance for Welsh voluntary heritage organisations.
Does your organisation fundraise?
Are your Trustees aware of their fundraising responsibilities?
The webinar will cover both legal and best practice rules for a wide range of fundraising activity and cover:
- Why the Code of Fundraising Practice was developed
- The role of the Fundraising Regulator
- The Fundraising Preference Service
- Why the Code is important for Heritage organisations
This webinar will be delivered using Zoom.
Who this course is for?
Welsh voluntary heritage organisation Trustees and staff with responsibility for fundraising.
This free webinar is funded through our Catalyst Cymru project, and is specifically for Heritage Organisations in Wales with charitable purposes covering one or more of the following areas: Buildings and Monuments; Community Heritage; Cultures and Memories Land and Natural Heritage; Industrial, Maritime and Transport; Museums, Libraries, Archives and Collection.
Webinar places are limited to two people/ organisation.
About the trainer
Dr Martin Price is an experienced consultant to the charity sector in Wales. He was Chair of the Institute of Fundraising Cymru for some years and was a UK Trustee of the Institute when the Code of Fundraising Practice was first drawn up. He is currently a Board Member of the Fundraising Regulator.
Dr Price has assisted many charities with preparing and implementing fundraising strategies. Prior to that, he worked for The Prince’s Trust, The Office of HRH The Prince of Wales, Business in the Community and Mencap
Catalyst Cymru is a WCVA project funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund.
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