What Does Fundraising Look Like For Heritage in 2023?

The Chartered Institute of Fundraising presents a webinar examining heritage fundraising trends in 2023

This webinar took place on 14/12/22.

Having dealt with the challenges of securing income during the Covid-19 pandemic, the heritage sector must now face the new reality that people and organisations don’t necessarily have as much cash in their pockets as they’d like.

The current fundraising environment is fluid, dynamic and embracing change at a greater pace than ever before. The demand for events, activities and fundraising opportunities is in direct competition with inevitable local, regional and international challenges.

Every not-for-profit organisation is feeling the squeeze whilst trying to balance the books to ensure they deliver what is needed in their communities.

Watch the recording to find out more about how the current trends can steer you towards more successful outcomes; hear why a diversified portfolio is essential and what this may look like in the coming year.

The slides for this webinar are available for download.

A transcript of this webinar is available for download.

Meet the Speakers

Gill Jolly

Director, Achieve Consultants

Gill has been involved in professional fundraising for over 30 years as a fundraiser, manager, director and trainer. She is passionate about enabling organisations to generate the income needed to do their amazing work.

Gill has experience across the whole of the voluntary & community sector, from heritage, arts and culture, to environment and conservation, hospices and care, and international development NGOs. Since 2000, she has run her own consultancy – Achieve Consultants Ltd.

Part of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising (CIOF) Academy team, Gill was honoured to be made a Fellow of the CIOF in recognition of her contribution to professional fundraising.

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