- Date: 23 February 2012
- Region: National
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Arts Council and the Institute of Fundraising are working together to produce a unique event for arts, cultural and heritage organisations on how to diversify income streams, particularly focusing on legacy fundraising.
The event, which will take place on 5 March, promises to uncover how arts, cultural and heritage organisations can dramatically increase their income through legacy fundraising, which generates £2 billion a year.
There will be a keynote speech from Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt on the importance of legacy fundraising and philanthropy for arts, cultural and heritage organisations. Other subjects include ensuring understanding of your audience and sending the right message, succeeding in getting legacies onto the fundraising/development agenda within your organisation and understanding the challenges and opportunities ahead for legacy fundraisers.
Legacy fundraising for arts, cultural and heritage causes will take place on the afternoon of 5 March 2012 in London.
You can download an agenda for the event here.
For further information and to book tickets, visit the Institute of Fundraising website.