Andrej Naricyn

Andrej Naricyn (Hungary)

Regional Capacity Building (Europe and Central Asia), IFRC Hungary

Andrej is an award-winning fundraiser and has been a practitioner since 2005, working for NGOs in North America and Europe. His areas of expertise include unmarked and predictable income generation, market research, and fundraising audit.

Currently Andrej is based in Georgia as a delegate for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), working on fundraising development across Europe and Central Asia. Over the last year his focus was on capacity developing in ex-Soviet countries such as Russia, Belarus, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and others.

Andrej holds an MSc in Entrepreneurship and Innovation focusing on small and medium-sized charities from the University of Warwick and a Diploma in Fundraising from the Institute of Fundraising (IoF).

Make sure to speak to Andrej about investment-free fundraising modalities in Eastern Europe, organizational development, or starting fundraising from scratch – or board games.


Learn more about Andrej’s IFC 2019 workshop –

Developing new markets from Central Asia to the Baltics: How to start contemporary systemic fundraising in the markets that “don’t give”