Fundraising Online is a free online conference from the Resource Alliance, taking place on 29 and 30 April 2020.
The content is wide-ranging for all your fundraising, changemaking and innovating needs, with a strong focus on digital fundraising and engagement, how to harness emerging and disruptive tech trends, and what’s coming next over the horizon.
#FRO2020 sessions will cover all elements of how charities and campaign groups can use digital to engage with the public at scale. From the very best of digital fundraising, public engagement and movement building to the most insightful guides on how to deliver effective digital activity across web, social media and email, as well as the most practical and applicable use of new technologies. Sessions will be underpinned by case studies and examples from around the globe.
#FRO2020 is free and accessible for organisations of all types and sizes, from all around the globe, so watch our stellar line-up of speakers and learn how to benefit from digital trends and technological change.
Over 5,000 participants from 120 countries joined us over the two days of the conference in 2019. We expect #FRO2020 to be even bigger and better, so register your interest now and join us on 29 and 30 April 2020.
We are looking for experts, trailblazers and changemakers in the digital sphere to join our speaking roster for #FRO2020. Over 5,000 participants from 120 countries joined us over the two days of the conference in 2019. We expect #FRO2020 to be even bigger and better, so apply to speak if you’d love to share your knowledge on such a big stage.
In terms of topics we are interested to hear proposals on, we have a strong focus on digital fundraising, engagement, innovation and disruptive and emerging tech trends.
Across the full programme, sessions will cover a wide variety of topics, including: Public engagement, movement building, people power, technique (best email, best social etc.), content, new technologies, the best how-to guides (email, social), optimisation, and much more!
Deadline for applications to speak: Thursday 20 February 2020