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Wed, 29 Mar


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Chartered Institute of Fundraising South West Mid-Month Pit Stop

How to get started with cashless giving and maximise your donation revenues

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Chartered Institute of Fundraising South West Mid-Month Pit Stop
Chartered Institute of Fundraising South West Mid-Month Pit Stop

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29 Mar 2023, 12:00 – 13:00

Online Event

About the Event

Are you getting started , wanting to improve or optimise your cashless giving revenue? (contactless and online via QR codes)

This pitstop will give insights from a wide range of charities using Give A Little including Cancer Research UK, Oxfam, London Zoo and the Church of England.

Covering different types of fundraising including face to face, semi-attended points of donation, corporate partner employee fundraising and events. The pitstop will provide tips on how to encourage donors to give more whether it's experimenting with different donation values, enabling Gift Aid and marketing opt-in or the positioning and messaging of campaigns.

We will also cover all the costs to look out for and give an overview of some exciting future technologies.

Vicky Hewlett brings over 20 years’ experience leading marcomms in technology and for non-profits to point-of-donation platform, Give A Little which has helped 5,000 charities raise £14m in cashless donations.

Vicky Hewlett is an experienced PR, marketing and communications professional and spent over 15 years leading high performing teams in B2B and B2C technology in the in-car, home audio, software design and semiconductor sectors. She then transitioned to the charity sector and led marketing communications at the world leading National Film and Television School; specialist nursing charity, Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity and screen industry skills charity, ScreenSkills. She is now bringing her technology and charity sector experience together at point-of-donation platform, Give A Little, which has so far helped over 5,000 charities raise £14m in cashless donations.

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