Conferences & Training

Regular Giving Conference 2018

Dec. 5 - 6, 2018
The Studio
Birmingham, United Kingdom



Whether you are looking to further develop your role in annual, regular or individual giving or direct marketing, or take your team's giving strategy to the next level, this two-day conference is for you.

Now in its ninth year, a dual track programme delivering content tailored to the specific needs of those who are in the first year of their career and focusing on the core skills needed to succeed. The second track, which would benefit those who have been in their careers for four years plus, will take a step back and look at regular giving as a career and the role and value of your regular giving programme within your institution.

Packed with interactive learning that will help you discover practical solutions that you can implement straight away, expert speakers with extensive regular giving experience will provide proven, effective techniques for delivering on your targets.

Why attend?

Benefit from the networking opportunities enabling you to:

  • Meet your peers and build a network of supportive colleagues facing similar issues
  • Get connected and start networking using #RGC18 on twitter and using the forum on LinkedIn
Leave the conference with:
  • Increased confidence in your role
  • The tools to deliver your giving strategies more effectively
  • The inspiration to innovate current programmes and initiative
  • Knowledge on how to be investive with limited budgets
  • An understanding of how to manage you regular giving programme in the post GDPR landscape

Who should attend?
  • Beginners and seasoned fundraising professionals in higher education, schools, not-for-profit and charity sectors
  • Annual and regular giving professionals
  • Individual giving, development and direct marketing professionals
  • Alumni relations and supporter engagement professionals

Testimonials

"This was a very useful and comprehensive conference. I took a lot from the 2 days - thank you! It was great having a specific conference on regular giving and having the opportunity to connect and explore with other professionals in this area."

Gordon Jamieson, Annual Giving Manager, Development and Alumni, Trinity College Dublin

"It was an extremely useful conference, not only in terms of meeting other HE fundraising professionals but in terms of the practical nature of a lot of the sessions."

Harriet Mesher, Head of Development and Alumni, University of Hertfordshire

"This is the most important conference for regular giving professionals to attend, especially for the networking opportunities. I would also recommend more Development Directors attending this conference, especially those who don't already have a background in regular giving."

Stephanie Miller, Development Officer, Robert Gordon University


Early bird rate ends 5 October


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