Programme

 

Wednesday, 8 October
– Morning: Slovak-Czech Fundraising Conference in Slovak/Czech.
– Afternoon: Masterclasses
in English.

Thursday, 9 October and
Friday, 10 October
Central & Eastern European Fundraising Conference in English.

The organizers reserve the right to change the program.

Complete programme          Program details

Wednesday 8 October 2014
SK-CZ KONFERENCIA (Slovenčina/čeština) MASTERCLASS (English)
08:00  Delegate Registration (Full + Slovak-Czech Programme)
09:00Rastislav Blažej Slovenská sporiteľňa (SK)
Môže byť banka sociálna? Slovenská sporiteľňa dlhodobo patrí k najväčším podporovateľom neziskového sektora na Slovensku. V súčasnej dobe začína významný projekt, ktorého cieľom je sprístupnenie finančných služieb občanom a rodinám s nízkym príjmom, mikro podnikateľom a sociálnemu sektoru.

09:10Pavel Hrica Nadácia Pontis (SK)
Kto rozhoduje o darcovskej podpore vo firmách a ako sa k nim dostať Firemný fundraising je v mnohom podobný tomu individuálnemu, ale má svoje špecifiká. Ak chceme získavať podporu na naše projekty medzi firmami, musíme poznať ľudí, ktorí o nej vo finále budú rozhodovať. Kto to je? Ako rozmýšľajú? Čo by sme mali spraviť, aby sme ich presvedčili?

Počas tohto bloku sa ponoríme do spoznávania reálií, žargónu a zákulisia presklených budov biznis centier. Pozrieme sa na trendy vo firemnej filantropii na Slovensku i v zahraničí.

09:10Jan Gregor Hnutí Duha (CZ)
Lead generation – jak získat pravidelného individuálního dárce v online prostoru Online fundraising - všichni víme, že to je, všichni víme, že to musíme dělat a přes to - kolik z nás to reálně dělá a kolik z nás je spokojeno s výsledky? A začali jsme vůbec?

Během session se podíváme na efektivní metodu získávání pravidelných dárců v online prostoru. Budeme se bavit o lead generation. Efektivním souboru kroků, jak rozvinout online fundraising do své plné krásy. Flexibilní metoda pro neziskové organizace o pár lidech i pro větší organizace.

Blok vám pomůže utřídit kroky, které musíte k efektivnímu rozvoji online fundraisingu pomocí lead generation podniknout. Klade si za cíl předat poznatky takovým způsobem, aby je účastník mohl okamžitě začít používat.

Varování - Online fundraising je návykový a nese riziko větších příjmů od individuálních dárců!

09:10Jan Žaloudek Družina (CZ)
Reklama pro neziskové organizace, aneb jak propagovat, v co věříte Tento workshop věnovaný tématu vytváření kampaní pro neziskové organizace se zaměřuje nejen na tvůrčí proces, metodologii, nástroje propagace, finance a rozpočet, ale i na příklady úspěšných kampaní z celého světa a několik praktických rad.

Jak si určit cíle vlastní práce? Jaký je rozdíl mezi cílem a výsledkem? Jak vytvořit zadání? Jak komunikovat své požadavky směrem ven? Jaké jsou možnosti klasických i nových médií v současném světě? Jaký je rozdíl mezi kampaní za korunu a kampaní za milion? V dnešní době nerozhoduje o šíření kampaně výše prostředků, ale nápad.

Máte rozpracovaný zajímavý projekt a nevíte, jak dál? Chcete poradit s tvorbou kampaně, nebo pomoci propagovat své záměry? Zapojte se do této dílny a profitujte z instantního poradenství  k vašim kampaním.

10:30  Coffee Break
11:00Zuzana Suchová Savio (SK)
Bed & Breakfast, vajcia a digitálny kokteil Neklaďte všetky vajcia do jedného košíka, zvoľte rôzne cesty, ako získať pozornosť v online svete. S webom je to ako Bed & Breakfast hotelom, prvý dojem je veľmi dôležitý. Pripravte web alebo landing page k fundraisingovej výzve tak, aby pritiahli a motivovali darcov. Sociálne médiá už nie sú iba módne slovné spojenie, byť originálny a vedieť komunikovať sa oplatí. Personalizácia a automatizácia sú správnou kombináciou. Ako namixovať chutný digitálny kokteil?

11:00Pavel Eichler Hithit.cz (CZ)
A uzřela oslice anděla (aneb crowdfunding na Hithit.cz) Zdroje z velkých společností vysychají, kdo chce zůstat ve hře a nestrkat nápady do šuplíku, musí najít a využít nové formy financování. Takovou formou je i crowdfunding, tedy hromadné financování. Crowdfunding otevírá kreativním lidem doposud zavřené dveře. Nemusí se zaprodat, obcházet takzvané andělské investory, stačí vytvořit nápaditou prezentaci projektu a dál se soustředit na práci.

Hithit.cz je crowdfundingový portál, který propojuje umělce, designéry, programátory, vývojáře, sportovce s jejich fanoušky. Ti jim pomáhají zrealizovat jejich projekty a dostávají za to exkluzivní odměny. Na Hithit.cz se dá jen vydělat. Buď dostanete věc, po které toužíte, nebo vám vrátíme peníze zpět.

11:00Igor Polakovič Centrum pre filantropiu (SK)
Prinesie nový zákon o verejných zbierkach viac zdrojov? Od júla na Slovensku platí nový zákon o verejných zbierkach. Nepochybne priniesol mnohé vylepšenia, no ako každý zákon, ani tento, hoc vypracovaný v spolupráci s neziskovými organizáciami, nie je dokonalý.

Tento workshop sa bude venovať tomu, čo zákon priniesol do bežného života neziskoviek, ako chápať nejasné formulácie, ako aj tomu, čo bude treba v minulosti ešte urobiť pre to, aby boli verejné zbierky ešte dôveryhodnejšie a obľúbenejšie, ako sú dnes.

12:00  Coffee Break
12:30Diana Fabiánová SMART LIFE PRODUCTION (SK)
Lenka Gondoľová VIAFILM (SK)
Mesiačiky: Ako nám fanúšikovia zafinancovali časť filmu prostredníctvom crowdfundingu Čo sa stane, keď dva roky neviete nájsť peniaze na svoj ďalší film napriek predošlým úspechom? Zdravý rozum káže zabudnúť na to, veď aj tak máme ani nie ročné deti. Môžeme byť chvíľku snáď aj matkami. Moment, a čo je to ten crowdfunding...?

Zhruba takto sa začal príbeh dvoch nezávislých dokumentaristiek, režisérky a producentky, smerom ku crowdfundingu. Dlhé hodiny študovania prípadových štúdií, blogov, článkov atď. o tom, ako to úspešne zvládli americkí dokumentaristi pred nimi, sa vyplatili. Napokon vyzbierali vyše 30 tisíc dolárov na platforme Indiegogo. Ten úspech bol aj jasným signálom pre ďalších sponzorov, že o film je skutočný záujem. Tak im fanúšikovia pomohli pokryť takmer celý rozpočet na film aj nepriamo.

Workshop interaktívne predstaví prípadovú štúdiu filmu Mesiačiky s vierou, že rozprúdi živú diskusiu a zodpovedá vaše zvedavé otázky.

12:30Jana Ledvinová České centrum fundraisingu (CZ)
Fundraisingový trychtýř aneb jak se osvobodit od finanční závislosti Fundraising není jen o tom, „jak z koho vytáhnout pár korun“ nebo „jak napsat úspěšnou žádost o podporu“. Zdroje nejsou primárně peníze, ale ti, kteří je mohou poskytnout – lidé s dobrým srdcem, pochopením a podobnými potřebami – dárci. Diverzifikace systému financování organizací, zapojení soukromých dárců a práce s nimi je jedním z klíčových přístupů, které mohou úbytek veřejných zdrojů odvrátit. Fundraising sice je především o nadšení a zaujetí pro věc, ale bez systematické práce se ani v něm nedá dosáhnout dlouhodobých úspěchů.

V tomhle workshopu vás Jana provede krok za krokem přípravou na zavedení profesionálního fundraisingu do organizace a představí jeden z nástrojů pro pochopení logiky a sledu fundraisingového argumentu – fundraisingový trychtýř.

12:30Peter Štarchoň Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave (SK)
Ako využiť sponzoring na posilnenie značky Prednáška bude orientovaná na aktuálne trendy v oblasti sponzoringu vo vzťahu k budovaniu a riadeniu značky, synergickému efektu daného vzťahu a vyhodnocovaniu jeho vplyvu na  reputáciu značky sponzora s akcentom na vybrané praktické príklady a kľúčové atribúty úspešného sponzoringu.

13:30  Lunch (Full Programme participants only)
14:00  Delegate Registration (Masterclass Programme)
14:30Nick Allen Nuevo Fundraising (USA)
Masterclass: Building an Effective Online Fundraising Program for Your NGO This 2 x 90 min. masterclass will cover all the basics of figuring out how your NGO can use online and mobile to raise money and build a supporter base.  We’ll look at making your Web site effective for fundraising, crafting your appeals, building an email list, using Facebook and Twitter, testing crowd-funding appeals, and more.

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14:30Michael Hoffman See3 Communications (USA)
Beate Sørum b.bold (NOR)
Masterclass: Content Marketing and Social Media: How to Use Compelling Stories to Attract and Retain Donors Online The digital world has changed how we find new donors - and how donors find us. Interrupting people with advertising is working less. Creating and curating interesting, sharable content is working more.

Content marketers create and distribute valuable content that drives a clearly defined audience to action. Nonprofits can take advantage of the power of content marketing to improve SEO, build strong social media networks and elevate thought leaders within their organizations.

In this 2 x 90 min. masterclass, we will learn about how to create an organizational content marketing strategy that will enable your organization, regardless of size, to create, find and share interesting content that attracts supporters. We will evaluate your existing website and social platforms to determine your most valuable content assets and areas for improvement. After defining your organization's unique content marketing mission statement, we will break down your audience so that you can adapt your message for a diverse range of supporters. And we will examine how social media specifically can be used to amplify the content you have on your website. While working on your specific content challenges, we will start developing a plan that you can implement as soon as you get back to work.

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14:30Richard Radcliffe Radcliffe Consulting (UK)
Masterclass: Building a Legacy Strategy Which Costs Nothing I. The masterclass will be suitable for all charities/NGOs even if there is a very limited budget – or even none at all for promoting legacies!

The first half will be how to develop a simple strategy taking into account that only 10% of your population have a will!

1) Introduction to the legacy fundraising cycle: this explains the framework for developing a strategy.

2) The legacy market in UK/Europe (who leaves legacies , average values etc.).

3) Will making in Central Europe – how to encourage more Will making.

4) How to integrate legacies into communications without giving Central Europeans a shock!

5) Evaluating success – is it possible?

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16:00  Coffee Break
16:30  Masterclass: Building an Effective Online Fundraising Program for Your NGO This 2 x 90 min. masterclass will cover all the basics of figuring out how your NGO can use online and mobile to raise money and build a supporter base.  We’ll look at making your Web site effective for fundraising, crafting your appeals, building an email list, using Facebook and Twitter, testing crowd-funding appeals, and more.

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16:30  Masterclass: Content Marketing and Social Media: How to Use Compelling Stories to Attract and Retain Donors Online The digital world has changed how we find new donors - and how donors find us. Interrupting people with advertising is working less. Creating and curating interesting, sharable content is working more.

Content marketers create and distribute valuable content that drives a clearly defined audience to action. Nonprofits can take advantage of the power of content marketing to improve SEO, build strong social media networks and elevate thought leaders within their organizations.

In this 2 x 90 min. masterclass, we will learn about how to create an organizational content marketing strategy that will enable your organization, regardless of size, to create, find and share interesting content that attracts supporters. We will evaluate your existing website and social platforms to determine your most valuable content assets and areas for improvement. After defining your organization's unique content marketing mission statement, we will break down your audience so that you can adapt your message for a diverse range of supporters. And we will examine how social media specifically can be used to amplify the content you have on your website. While working on your specific content challenges, we will start developing a plan that you can implement as soon as you get back to work.

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16:30Richard Radcliffe Radcliffe Consulting (UK)
Masterclass: Building a Legacy Strategy Which Costs Nothing II. The masterclass will be suitable for all charities/NGOs even if there is a very limited budget – or even none at all for promoting legacies!

The second half will be about developing your legacy communications.

6) How people like to be asked for legacies (an overview of the role/effectiveness of direct mail, websites, newsletters, brochures, advertising, events etc).

7) Legacy messaging and images: stories which are liked, who tells those stories and the images which work.

8) Cultivation and stewardship of enquirers and pledgers.

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18:00  End of the Day Enough of inspiration, it's time to relax!

Thursday 9 October 2014
CEE CONFERENCE (English)
08:00  Delegate Registration (Classic Programme)
09:00  Welcome Speeches
09:15Richard Radcliffe Radcliffe Consulting (UK)
Opening Plenary: The Joy of Legacy Giving In a country where legacy giving is not well known how do we make sure that Central Europeans will be happy to leave a legacy?

This opening plenary will look at “donor happiness” and how to develop trust and confidence in the future of your NGO so that donors and volunteers actually DO it.

How can we produce smiles? It’s easy, by understanding their motivations to invest in your future.

10:30  Coffee Break
11:00Nick Allen Nuevo Fundraising (USA)
5 Ways to Improve Your Online Fundraising Whether you haven’t started raising money online, or are raising thousands of euros a month, almost every NGO can improve its online fundraising through a combination of testing and optimization, trying new techniques, using crowd-funding campaigns and Facebook, and being more aggressive in building your email list and asking for money.

In this workshop, we’ll talk about at least five ways your organization can raise more money online.

11:00Michael Hoffman See3 Communications (USA)
What Social Media Can Do for Your Fundraising – and What It Can’t You know social media is an important tool for growing your donor base, but how to use it well is a tougher question to answer. In this session, we will explore how social media can be used to improve your fundraising techniques and increase your number of donors.

Participants in this workshop will learn:
- What are realistic expectations on social media for fundraising,
- How the share is the key action of social media and how to create more sharing,
- The critical role of curating content to build strong social media following,
- The metrics and measurements that matter,
- New tools that can link online action takers and donors with social media friends and followers.

11:00Tony Myers Myers & Associates (CAN)
How You Can Lead and Make a Difference One of the most critical issues facing the NGO sector is leadership. NGO’s are struggling to find leaders who can make a difference. And those who are leading today are getting burned out faster than they can be replaced. So how do we move forward and find the leaders we need to build our NGO and the NGO sector. Join Tony Myers as he explores how we find the leaders we need, how to take care of the leaders we have, and how to grow leaders from within. Only those interested in making a difference should attend this session.

- Learn how to find the leaders we need,
- Identify the steps to develop the leaders we find,
- Identify the ways to care for leaders to ensure they stay healthy,
- Explore how we can find the leader within ourselves,
- Consider where we might go to develop our own leadership skills.

12:30  Lunch
13:30Beate Sørum b.bold (NOR)
From Good Intentions to More Web Donations There is a stubborn belief that surely, if someone has decided to go onto a charity's website to give, they'll put up with an extra field or two in the donation form. This is simply not true. Charities are losing money by not giving proper attention to the donation process. With rigid focus on UX and content strategy, the Norwegian Cancer Society has doubled the income from its website.

This session shares the core principles and techniques used, and will enable you to make your own charity's website much better equipped to let people give you their support.

13:30Jan Žaloudek Družina (CZ)
Advertising for Nonprofits or How to Promote What You Believe In This workshop dedicated to the subject of creating campaigns for nonprofits focuses on the creative process, methodology and tools of promotion, finance and budgets, as well as examples of successful campaigns from around the world and some practical advice.

How do you determine targets for your own work? How to create a brief? How to communicate your requirements to the outside world? What are the possibilities of traditional and new media in today's world? What is the difference between 1 euro and 1 million euro campaigns? Getting your message across is no longer about spreading your campaign, but about your idea.

You have developed an interesting project and do not know what to do? Need help with a campaign or promotion? Join this workshop and benefit also from instant counseling to your campaigns.

13:30Eva Aldrich CFRE International (USA)
Major Donors – What Makes Them Different Major donors are different — they have different patterns for giving, different motivations for giving, and different ideas on how they want to be involved with your organization’s projects. Find out what research says about how major donors are different — and how you need to work with them differently to have fundraising success.

15:00  Coffee Break
15:30Michael Hoffman See3 Communications (USA)
Video Strategy: How to Compete for Donors in a Video-Centric World?  Video is the most popular and fastest growing form of content. In fact, more than 83% of Internet users across all age groups now consume video on a regular basis. And yet, nonprofit organizations have limited capacity to create video and haven't fully appreciated the need to change their culture and approach.

This is not about one viral video. This is about consistently and effectively communicating with video all the time and using it to create deep and ongoing relationships with donors. This session will outline the steps and process to create an organizational video strategy. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss circumstances and challenges within their own organizations. Michael Hoffman will clearly outline the steps attendees need to take to move their organization on a path to video success.

15:30Roland Csáki WWF International (HU)
Monthly Donors – Measuring KPIs, Attrition and Using Data to Maximize Income from Donors Are you clear about calculating ROI, attrition rates or investment needs? Did you ever struggle with forecasting future income from monthly donors? Did you ever wonder what actions you should take to keep donors loyal?

In this hands-on session we will learn to measure most important KPIs, ways to forecast monthly donor attrition accurately. We will also make simple ways to connect attrition figures and donor loyalty communication calendar to figure out weak spots and potential to improve.

If you are scared that this will be a "heavy" session for advanced mathematics experts, than be assured that I will speak of numbers in the most simplistic way. I always hated mathematics for being too theoretical and complicated. This session aims to make you like numbers because they will start to make sense & fun!

15:30Jiří Bárta Nadace VIA (CZ)
Tony Myers Myers & Associates (CAN)
How to Raise 22,000,000 CZK in 9 Months Major Donor fundraising does not work in Central and Eastern Europe. We can’t use American style fundraising here and expect it to work. Our culture is different here. It doesn’t work here.

That is what people used to say. Well, they can’t say that anymore. Via Foundation in Prague, CR has just successfully completed a 22 million CZK campaign. They said it would never happen. But it did.

Join Jiří Bárta, Executive Director of Via Foundation and Tony Myers of Myers & Associates as they share their story of how to raise 22 million CZK in 9 months and learn how you too can have a successful major donor fundraising campaign.

Learning Points:

- 12 steps to running a major donor campaign
- 17 things you need to know before asking big
- How Via Foundation was successful
- Why Via Foundation was successful
- What you can do to achieve the same success

17:00  Coffee Break
17:30Igor Polakovič Centrum pre filantropiu (SK)
Integration of Campaigns, Mass Mobilization and Fundraising I belong to the generation of fundraisers who spent many of their working years in a world where every larger organization had a project department (campaigns) and media people sitting on one floor and fundraisers isolated on a different floor. I can recall long-winded discussions about which of these departments should be in charge of the web and why it should or should not be this or that department...

Times have changed. Not infrequently, however, we still live in a world with barriers still persisting in the minds of people who communicate on behalf of an organization, people who do the project work and finally, that bunch of weirdos who try to find funding and donors for it all.

Therefore, my presentation will be about integration. Not only about its institutionalization, but also about a deep acceptance of it by the whole team. I will give inspirational examples of what an organization can achieve in today’s world if it knocks down the walls between departments and starts working as one big team. Of course, I will also speak about what benefits it brings both financially and to projects.

17:30Andrzej Pietrucha Fundacja BOŚ (PL)
Why Do We Hate Marketing? And Why Can’t We Avoid It? Within the non-profit sector we often view marketing only as promotion and selling. We do not trust marketers and sometimes are even proud of it, which is absolutely wrong. During the 60 minute session we will examine a few simple, but extremely useful marketing models which are crucial to building long-term relationships with donors. Successful Polish fundraising campaigns will be presented as well.

17:30  Debate: Is Crowdfunding Really That Great? Films, books, exhibitions, gadgets, crazy ideas... Everywhere you look, there is a crowdfunding campaign asking for your online support and promising such and such benefit in return. The surge in raising funds from crowds enabled through social media and online environment is undoubtedly a new fundraising phenomenon. But is crowdfunding indeed the right way to go for your project and organization? Will we all crowdfund in one way or another in a very short future? Who has the chance and who should rather focus on typical fundraising tools? What is needed for success in crowdfunding?

These and other crowdfunding-related questions will be discussed at this session. This is not a typical conference workshop with presentations. Join Jan Kroupa (CZ) and other experts for this lively and interactive debate where you can explore challenges and new opportunities crowdfunding can offer to fundraisers today.

18:30  End of the Day Enough of inspiration, it's time to relax!

19:30  Party with Live Music (Silent Trio) We play songs of world-wide known bands and artists from the 1960s to the present in an acoustic style...

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Friday 10 October 2014
CEE CONFERENCE (English)
09:00Beate Sørum b.bold (NOR)
Expect the Unexpected – Be Ready to Raise Money When Something Goes Viral It's every fundraiser's dream. All of a sudden, independent of you and your charity, something goes "crazy" on the Internet and the money just starts flowing in! You can't make something viral happen magically. But, you CAN be ready for it to make sure you make the most of it when something DOES happen. There's a lot more you can do than stand by and count the cash.

In this engaging session, Beate will share the story of how the Norwegian Cancer Society was able to raise over € 420,000 when the Norwegian people suddenly decided overnight to start jumping into cold water. You'll learn how to be ready for a Cold Water Challenge, a #Nomakeupselfie and the Next Big Thing. You'll also learn how to use social media to steward volunteers and donors to forge strong bonds, ever increasing the chance that your charity will be the one they choose to support when they do something unexpected.

09:00Tony Myers Myers & Associates (CAN)
How Do We Get Boards to Do Their Job and Help Fundraise? What does your Board do? How does it help you get work done? Does it help you fundraise? Does it make your NGO better or does it make it worse. What has your Board done for you lately? Boards can make or break an NGO. Explore with Tony Myers how your Board can make a difference and how it can make your life easier and better. This session will draw heavily on you and your colleagues for their ideas and suggestions.

Learning Points:

- Identify the characteristics of an ideal Board member
- Learn about the 7 things a Board can do for you
- What are the 5 most important ways a Board can help you fundraise
- Identify the steps you can take when a board isn’t working
- Learn how you can help recruit the ideal Board member

09:00  Major Donors – What Makes Them Different Major donors are different — they have different patterns for giving, different motivations for giving, and different ideas on how they want to be involved with your organization’s projects. Find out what research says about how major donors are different — and how you need to work with them differently to have fundraising success.

10:30  Coffee Break
11:00Roland Csáki WWF International (HU)
Fundraising Language 2020 Course Digital is all around us, infiltrating every aspect of our lives. In this session we will explore how fundraising will be done in the digital future. Now you say: "Hmm, I’ve heard this so many times before: tablets, mobiles, smart TV, etc." I promise we will not speak about these technologies. Instead we will explore the future donor's behavior.

Let’s find out together what will trigger making a donation, how the future generations will behave, how they will react to messaging and what forms and ways they will prefer to engage with your charity. Not tablets or mobile phones, but their users will revolutionize the fundraising landscape, and they will expect us to speak to them in a different language.

Welcome to our fundraising language 2020 course. 🙂

11:00Maria Staszkiewicz Aspen Institute Prague (CZ)
Milan Zubíček Aspen Institute Prague (CZ)
Crowdfunding as an Alternative Source of Financing Crowdfunding is a growing sector where business, culture and even philanthropy sectors meet and interact. It is more than a successful means to raise money as it enhances in individual donors the sense of ownership over the project they decide to support. In 2014, together with three other organizations Milan and Maria have been implementing the Crowdfunding Visegrad project that aims to assess the state of play in crowdfunding throughout Visegrad countries and to promote it as an alternative source of financing. It has two outcomes: a comparative study on the financial, technical as well as legal environment of crowdfunding in the Visegrad region, and a manual of best practices for crowdfunders.

In their presentation Maria and Milan will outline the project results, focusing on how the non-profit sector can diversify funding through campaigns run on crowdfunding platforms.

11:00  How to Raise 22,000,000 CZK in 9 Months Major Donor fundraising does not work in Central and Eastern Europe. We can’t use American style fundraising here and expect it to work. Our culture is different here. It doesn’t work here.

That is what people used to say. Well, they can’t say that anymore. Via Foundation in Prague, CR has just successfully completed a 22 million CZK campaign. They said it would never happen. But it did.

Join Jiří Bárta, Executive Director of Via Foundation and Tony Myers of Myers & Associates as they share their story of how to raise 22 million CZK in 9 months and learn how you too can have a successful major donor fundraising campaign.

Learning Points:

- 12 steps to running a major donor campaign
- 17 things you need to know before asking big
- How Via Foundation was successful
- Why Via Foundation was successful
- What you can do to achieve the same success

12:30  Coffee Break
13:00Nick Allen Nuevo Fundraising (USA)
Closing Plenary: Getting into Your Supporters’ Pants (or Purse) OR Is There an App for Fundraising? Building the 21st Century NGO In an always-on/in your pocket/Internet-of-things world where people meet each other on Tinder, share disappearing experiences on Snapchat, and focus more on their screens than their neighbours, how can your NGO build relationships with your donors and supporters?

For the first time, NGOs can engage in real time with their supporters at very low cost – so how can we take advantage of this historic opportunity?

14:00  End of the Day Enough of inspiration, it's time to relax!