Successful training series in Budapest and Warsaw

On 16-18 January 2012 in Budapest, HU and on 5-7 March 2012 in Warsaw two trainings within Cultivate Your Fundraising! series were held for a group of 20 representatives of non-governmental development organisations from Visegrad Four countries. Besides great program prepared by trainers Jolan van Herwaarden (UK) and Jan Kroupa (CZ) the participants are provided with support of four consultants who work with them on plans for fundraising improvement in their organisations.

Cultivate Your Fundraising!

Apply now for participation in a unique training program with custom-tailored consulting support to plan and to implement a fundraising strategy in your organisation!

If succesfully finished this course, you will recieve a professional certificate to enhance your career. The Training program consists of two three-day Resource Mobilisation trainings (January 16-18, 2012 in Budapest and March 5-7, 2012 in Warsaw) and subsequent consulting sessions custom-tailored to support your planning strategies and the  implementation of changes in your organisation.

Apply till 16th December 2011 to a national coordinator of the project in your country (see Cultivate your Fundraising! description below).

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Cultivate Your Fundraising! description

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Authors of the case studies met in Budapest

Twenty experts dedicated several months to collecting information and writing interesting and inspirational case studies of fundraising for development and humanitarian issues. The case studies will become a core of the publication that will be available in 5 languages (English, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, and Slovak) in October 2011! More

Experts inspired by digital fundraising solutions in Bratislava

Members of the Topical Working Group Raising private funds in digital and networked society got together during a Study Visit to Bratislava, Slovakia. The visit, organized by PDCS on February 23-25, 2011, brought inspiring examples and cases of digital fundraising tools, especially online giving portals. More…

Central European practitioners discuss with their UK peers

A Fact-Finding Trip to London organised by the Resource Alliance on January 31-February 4, 2011 for a group of 24 NGDO and fundraising practitioners from Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic created opportunities to meet and discuss with their professional peers from the United Kingdom. More…

Transparency an issue during Study Visit to Budapest

Study Visit organised by the DemNet for the Topical Working Group Transparency, trustworthiness and effectiveness took place in Budapest, Hungary, on November 24-26, 2010. Experts dealt with issues of building transparency, increasing trust among public and donors; and fostering effectiveness of organizational performance. More…

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    This project is funded by the European Union.

    This project is implemented with financial support by the Slovak Aid.