Awards
CASE Europe Iain More Award

Iam More Award Winner Jason Briggs with CASE President and CEO Sue Cunningham

The CASE Europe Iain More Award recognises outstanding achievements of an emerging development professional. The winner will receive a £500 training scholarship.

Eligibility
  • Nominees must work in the fields of development, fundraising and/or philanthropy
  • Nominees work must focus on either education, the cultural sector, the arts or a combination there of at an institution or organisation located in Europe
  • Nominees must have worked within their profession for less than five years
  • Nominees must have worked for at least two years in one institution or organisation

 

Criteria
  • The nomination must demonstrate measurable evidence of excellence, innovation, impact and integrity in fundraising from the nominee
  • The nomination must also evidence the nominee's commitment to the profession through the sharing of best practice, volunteering and/or speaking in a professional capacity
  • The nomination must evidence the nominee's career achievements but also show a track record of consistent and credible performance
  • Nominations must be submitted by the nominees' line manager or a senior member of staff in the nominee's institution.
Nomination Form and Fee

All nominations must come through the online form and submit the nomination fee (£40/€45 per entry.A separate form should be completed for each nomination. This should include 500 words explaining why the nominee is suitable and a letter endorsing the nomination from a senior leader.

Here's last year's winning nomination.

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About Iain More

Iain More has been a development practitioner and consultant for more than 25 years, following a varied career in industry, higher education and politics in the US and Europe. He held a number of director of development positions in the UK and in Europe. He founded Iain More Consultants (now More Partnership) in 1989. During his career, Iain has worked with educational institutions, charities and other not-for-profit organisations providing advice on all aspects of development work.

Previous winners
Year Winner Position at time of nomination Institution/Organisation
2017 Jason Briggs Research and Prospect Manager The University of Sheffield
2016 Emily Wheeler Senior Senior Philanthropy Manager University College London, UK
2015 Robert Wayman Development Manager University of Southampton
2014 Edward R G Button Development Officer (Alumni Fundraising & Legacies) Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
2013 Lydia Lee Development Manager London Business School
2012 Becki McKinlay Deputy Director, Annual Giving University of Reading
2011 Sue Hepburn Development Office -Major Gifts University of Sussex
2010  Adrian Punaks Head of Development & Alumni Birkbeck, University of London

CASE Europe Iain More Award

Video about the award's namesake, Iain More.

 

Watch the video on YouTube