Attracting the Donors of Tomorrow and Taking Them to your Board

Snapshot of course details. Location is open nationally online. The mode is tutor-led online. The duration is two half days. The level is intermediate and the course dates are in May, July and August.

Course Overview

Learn how to find, attract and engage younger donors as well as future-proof those donors for your organisation.

In the first session, you will tackle where to find and how to engage the donors of tomorrow. Afterwards, you will be tasked with some research, specific to your organisation, and in the second session, you will then cover the details around collating the right information for your board. You will also learn how to research and understand data and analytics and how to present your findings to your board or CEO to make the biggest impact.

Table of three course dates and times. The first online course is 12th and 19th May 2021, 9:30am-1:pm AEST. The second online course is 27 July and 3 August 2021, 9:30am-1pm AEST. The third online course is 10:30am-2pm AEDT.
Table of prices. For members, the tutor-led online course is $490 and $415 for the early bird special. For non-members, the tutor-led online course is $590 and the early bird rate is $555.

To register now, contact training@fia.org.au

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Full participation in Attracting the Donors of Tomorrow and Taking Them to your Board is applicable for up to 7.5 continuing education points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.


Kath Parkinson
Social Media Mentor
Hancock Creative

For more than 20 years Kath has been creating comms, social media and marketing strategies for high-impact organisations. She has advised the Attorney General in the development of government policy, coordinated a 24/7 digital screen in the centre of Perth city and managed a non-profit marketing budget of close to $1 million. She ran the marketing team for not-for-profit Screenwest as well as stints for Playgroup WA, Department of Justice and worked for a large communications agency in London.

Anna Hill
Head of Mentoring
Hancock Creative

Anna is the Head of Mentoring at Hancock Creative, drawing on her diverse experience across multiple sectors including marketing and communications, writing, and social media.

Anna leads the mentoring team within Hancock Creative’s education programs. She has worked closely with over 200 worthy causes around Australia including Ronald McDonald House, Starlight Children’s foundation, Scitech, Girl Guides, Diabetes WA and the Kids Cancer Project, guiding them to advance their social media and marketing, increase awareness and fundraising and attract and retain volunteers.


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