Fundraising Space, a new online community supporting discussion and innovation among Fundraisers, is unveiled

Fundraising Space, a new community platform for fundraisers,  was launched last Friday, 19 June. 

Founded by three people working in fundraising, engagement and online campaigning, Fundraising Space seeks to give a platform to new voices and support innovation by creating space for sharing and learning.

The resources available include:

o A series of ‘pay what you like’ webinars showcasing case studies on digital fundraising and engagement.
o A crowd-sourced blog designed to give a platform to a range of voices within the sector and spark debate, and
o Materials and tools to help charities plan and deliver their online activities,

The first webinar, entitles “Engagement during Coronalvirus” takes place on Thursday 2 July.

Taking place at 2pm, cost is a recommended £10 but people can pay what they like. Andrew Taylor-Dawson from Fundraising Space, Hannah Winter from Refugee Action, and digital expert Zoe Amar will be speaking.

Andrew Taylor-Dawson will start by introducing Fundraising Space and the aims for the project, with Amar giving her thoughts on engagement during the pandemic, and keynote speaker Hannah Winter talking about how Refugee Action has responded to Covid-19 as an organisation, changing their ways of working to refocus their fundraising and supporter engagement work in response.

More information on the webinar and tickets are available through eventbrite, while further details about Fundraising Space can be found on its website.

Source: UK Fundraising