Thank you to everyone who attended our Insights event. If you couldn't make it, thank you for your interest in the event and we hope to see you next time.
Our presentations are now available for free download on this page for anyone who would like them.
A roadmap to creativity and innovation
Lucy Gower – Innovation and Fundraising Consultant, Lucyinnovation
There is a lot of talk about innovation, but what does it mean and more importantly how does innovation help you achieve your organisation’s mission? Lucy will outline what a culture of innovation might look like on a day-to-day basis and ways to inspire all staff to contribute and grow effective ideas.
There is also a free report, co-written by Lucy and nfpSynergy, on Innovation for charities. Click here to download that one.
Life stage and charity engagement: answering age-old questions
Michele Madden – Managing Director, nfpSynergy and Cian Murphy – Researcher, nfpSynergy
How does age affect charities? How do different age groups interact with charities in terms of fundraising, communications and campaigning? Michele and Cian will look at results and trends from our Charity Awareness Monitor and Youth Engagement Monitor. They will also look at how future demographic trends in the UK are set to affect the charity sector and think about how charities should prepare for these changes.
Bring back passion: seven ways to revitalise your charity’s energy and excitement
Joe Saxton – Driver of Ideas, nfpSynergy
Most charities are started by small groups of passionate people. And then over time bureaucracy, committees and homogeneity take over. This talk looks at simple ways that a charity, whatever its size, can re-energise and be passionate and exciting for its staff, volunteers and supporters.