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Fri, 08 Mar


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Nova Fundraising March Open Surgery

Harnessing Events Fundraising for your Small Charity

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Nova Fundraising March Open Surgery
Nova Fundraising March Open Surgery

Time & Location

08 Mar 2024, 11:00 – 12:00

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About the Event

Join Nova Fundraising on Thursday, March 8th from 11am-12pm, where we’ll be joined by guest speaker, Freddie Harle, Director of Charity Partnerships at Run for Charity. The session will provide valuable insights and advice for smaller organisations looking to maximise their fundraising efforts through challenge events or even launch this as a new income stream.

In this informative session, Freddie will discuss:

  • The latest trends in fundraising events - what's emerging, what's worked well recently and what's worth trying, especially for smaller charities with limited resources.
  • Top tips for getting started with events fundraising - how to take those first steps, finding the right initial mix of event types, and setting up for success as a smaller organisation.
  • Ways to evaluate and review your fundraising events so you can iterate and expand on what works. Learn how to make the most of post-event analysis.

Whether you're new to events fundraising or looking to improve your existing efforts, this free webinar will provide pragmatic tips and advice you can put into action right away. The lessons learned will help set up your organisation for fundraising success in the new financial year.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain strategic insights from Run for Charity who have worked wiith many charities of all sizes, helping them make events fundraising work for them!

About Nova Fundraising: Nova Fundraising has a passion for small charities and helping their fundraising shine brightly. We offer a range of professional fundraising consultancy services aimed at small charities, who are looking to either start, boost or grow their fundraising programmes.


Freddie Harle, Director of Charity Partnerships for RFC. Freddie has been enabling charities to increase their fundraising via promotions and collaborating with events whilst reducing their risks and costs. He has worked in the sector for over 12 years now and supported over 1000 charities across the UK. Freddie provides assistance, guidance and uses his knowledge of Run for Charity programmes and events to help charities get the most out of their membership with RunForCharity.

Emma-Louise Singh MCIOF (AdvDip): Emma-Louise is an experienced fundraiser with over 15 years hands on fundraising experience across a range of fundraising from Trusts, to events and individual giving. She has worked at both large charities and as a sole fundraiser in small organisations, where she established fundraising functions from scratch. She is a Trustee for Animal Welfare Charities, UFAW and HSA. She is also a tutor for the Institute of Sustainable Philanthropy.

Emma Low MCIO (Dip): Emma has over 24 years experience of working in the not for profit sector. Employed primarily in senior fundraising roles, her experience covers health, social welfare, disability sectors, women's rights, international aid, and community and charity sector infrastructure. Emma has held senior roles at Crisis, Womankind Worldwide, Asthma UK and also helped establish Fight Bladder Cancer, a small start up charity's fundraising from scratch. She is a Trustee of homelessness charities Vision Care for Homeless and Youth Concern, Aylesbury.

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