Location: Soho Works Shoreditch, 56 Shoreditch High Str, London E1 6JJ
We are delighted to present a panel discussion in partnership with Young Arts Fundraisers on one of the most pressing questions in cultural philanthropy.
So often, fundraising is the job of a small, dedicated team. But isnâ€™t fundraising down to everyone? As the arts and culture increasingly depend on philanthropy as a major income stream, it is essential to build a team approach if we are to embed fundraising and philanthropy in our organisations and sustain it into the future.
We are delighted that John Nickson, one of the UKâ€™s most experienced and respected fundraisers, will chair the discussion. With a wealth of knowledge as past head of fundraising for the British Council, English National Opera, the Royal Academy of Arts and Tate, and as a donor, trustee, mentor and advisor to education, arts and development charities for over forty years, John will ask a panel of arts leaders why they believe every member of their organisations plays a valuable role in fundraising success.
Our speaker panel includes Neil Mendoza (Chairman of the Landmark Trust and Non-Executive Director at the Department of Culture, Media and Sport), Jonathan Newby (Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer, Science Museum Group) and Madani Younis (Artistic Director, Bush Theatre). There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
Doors open at 6.30PM, the talk starts at 7PM. This event will be followed by networking drinks at the Soho Works bar. We're grateful to Soho Works for generously hosting this event.
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