$40

Sustainability through Philanthropy | For staff

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Adina Vibe Hotel and Vibe Hotel, The Darwin Waterfront

7 Kitchener Drive

Darwin, NT 0800

Australia

View Map

Refund Policy

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

A workshop on the key success factors, processes and systems required to build sustainable, long-term philanthropic programs, led by strategic fundraising expert Serhat Abdurazak.

Revenue from philanthropic fundraising is an essential source of income for small to medium arts organisations.

We’re presenting two workshops in Darwin this November on philanthropic fundraising developed specifically for NT arts organisations: one for staff who undertake fundraising as part of their roles; and one for board members, CEOs and senior leaders who are responsible for oversight and organisational strategy.

Both workshops will be facilitated by strategic fundraising expert Serhat Abdurazak, who’ll share nearly 30 years’ experience working in development for the not-for-profit sector, including in the NT.

This workshop is for staff who have fundraising and development roles in NT arts and cultural organisations and will focus on the five key components of sustainable success in philanthropic fundraising: vision, leadership, strategy, prospects and programs, and resources and skills. It’s designed to engage discussion around:

  • The key elements of a philanthropic fundraising strategy
  • Comprehensive donor programs
  • Fundraising policy: what are your values, who will you accept money from, what are you offering
  • The development cycle, from identifying donors, cultivating the relationship, inviting them to become involved and stewarding the relationship
  • Communicating with and engaging supporters and donors
  • The resources and tools required to manage a donor program
  • The roles and skills required of the board, patrons, CEO, executive and staff

There will be time for Q&A so come prepared with your questions and to have an honest, confidential discussion about the opportunities, challenges and pitfalls of arts fundraising with your peers.

We’re also presenting a complementary workshop for Senior executives, CEOs, GMs and members of the boards of arts and cultural organisations who provide organizational leadership, strategy and advice, at 5pm to 7.30pm the same day. This workshop is specifically designed for those with leadership and governance roles within an organisation and will focus on the importance of vision, leadership and strategy in fundraising. Find out more about this workshop.

If you’re unsure which workshop is the most appropriate for you to attend, please email NT State Manager Gwen Gaff at gwen.gaff@creativepartnershipsaustralia.org.au to discuss.




Serhat Abdurazak, Philanthropy Squared

Serhat has over 27 years’ experience in the non-profit sector. With a particular expertise in major gift strategies and programs, Serhat’s breadth of work stretches across Australian universities, medical research facilities, independent schools and arts and community organisations.

He was previously Director of Development for Charles Darwin University, where he grew the philanthropic base exponentially and doubled the number of donors.

As a consultant for Philanthropy Squared since 2012, Serhat has worked with a range of clients and projects. Serhat takes great care to understand how development teams and programs operate within organisational structures and cultures to deliver the most effective strategies.

With an expertise in moves management, Serhat is passionate about training and mentoring board and staff and has a profound understanding of donor behaviour, having mastered the science behind what motivates individuals to give and remain engaged.

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Adina Vibe Hotel and Vibe Hotel, The Darwin Waterfront

7 Kitchener Drive

Darwin, NT 0800

Australia

View Map

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

Save This Event

Event Saved