IFC Pop Ups: South Africa Programme 2019

08:00 – 09:00 Registration

09:00 – 09:15 Welcome to IFC Pop Ups: South Africa 2019

09:15 – 10:00 Opening Plenary: I wish I’d thought of that! Highlights from the IFC 2018 IWITOT big room session presented by fundraisers from around the world.

10:05 – 10:50

  • Room 1: “Why building community is an essential pillar of any successful fundraising programme” with Grant Leboff, CEO, Sticky Marketing Club, (UK)
  • Room 2: “Grant success – The essentials of performance measurement, relationship management and reporting” with Jo Garner, MD, Strategic Grants; Co-founder, Women & Change (Australia)

10:50 – 11:05 Tea break

11:10 – 11:50

  • Room 1: “Digital maturity for NGOs – why  and how to start your transformation” with Jo Kerr, Digital Consultant (UK)
  • Room 2: “The making of a modern corporate fundraiser” with Helena Sharpstone, Director, Sharpstone Skinner (UK) & Adam Heuman, Director of Engagement, World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (UK)

11:55 – 13:00

  • Room 1: “500k new supporters from Facebook: Who said digital isn’t scaleable” with Nick Burne, Founder and CEO, Raisethru (UK) & Danni Adam, Senior Direct Marketing Executive, Greenpeace (UK)
  • Room 2: “How to embrace innovative finance and social enterprise opportunities”  with Noluyolo Magazi, Bertha Centre for Social Entrepreneurship (South Africa)

13:00 – 13:30 Lunch

13:30 – 14:15

  • Room 1: “How to effectively approach video content strategy” with Ryan WilkinsFounder and CEO, Raw London (UK)
  • Room 2: “Get monthly giving working for you: What makes monthly giving programmes flourish” with Fiona McPheeHeads Insights & Strategy, Pareto Fundraising (New Zealand)

14:20 – 15:00

  • Room 1: “Using video to drive engagement in a world without trust” with Michael HoffmanFounder, Gather Voices (USA)
  • Room 2: “Creating a powerful volunteering force – practically” with Loretta Bresciani-Murray, Senior Fundraising Leader, THINK Consulting (Scotland), Matt Lewis, Regional Director, American Cancer Association (Spain) & Laura McCormick American Cancer Society volunteer (USA)

15:00 – 15:15: Tea break

15:20 – 16:10

  • Room 1: “Develop your storytelling super powers for good” with ML Laonde, Global Fundraising Engagement Manager, UNICEF, (USA)
  • Room 2: “Finding, meeting and talking to donors” with Tony Myers, Principal and Senior Counsel, Myers & Associates (Canada)

16:15– 17:00 “From zero to R1.5 million and growing. How the Cape of good hope SPCA built their peer-to-peer fundraising programme in 7 years” with Belinda Abraham and Natasha Johannes, (South Africa)*

*Natasha Johannes will be speaking in person in Cape Town only