Fundraising & Communications Training
For ‘Not For Profits’ And CSR Organisation With
Real Practitioners And
Successful Fundraising Experts
9th & 10th October 2009 at
• Want to begin a social venture?
• Want to learn the latest tools & techniques?
• Ready to raise money for your NGO?
• Wondering what the fundraising science is about?
Fundraising is not about going out with a begging bowl but about, planning, conceptualizing and working with a long term strategy. To involve citizens with the cause and not just asking them for money.
To find out more, Register and attend this workshop NOW and learn the art and science of fundraising.
The Meaning Of Fundraising
Creating A Winning Strategy
Ethics Of Fundraising
Legalities In Fundraising
Inspiring Support And Not Just Asking For Money
Direct Mail Appeals
Planning Small Local Fundraising Events
How To Write Winning Proposals
Raising Funds From The Government
Partnerships With Corporate
How To Plan And Start A Social Venture On A Shoestring
• Globally Experienced Hands On Fundraisers.
• Explores Fundamentals, Specialised Developments & Fundraising Training.
• Tangible Outcomes: Make Plans That Work!
• As A First All Participants Shall Be Given Handholding And Out Of The Box Ideas To Create Their Own Strategies By The Gurus
Who should attend?
This workshop is designed to support Fundraisers, CSR Heads, Social Communications professionals, NGO Directors, Brand Managers, Event managers & others who are inclined towards organizing fundraising events & functionaries of NGOs from Maharashtra & Mumbai.
Why to attend?
Real Time Learning For Planning & Executing Events With 360-degree Solutions, From Specialist Gurus Who Have Hands On Experience Plus Theoretical & Practical Knowledge. This Shall Also Be A Good Forum To Build Relationships With The Gurus And People From Various Sectors, Share Ideas And Forge Alliances To Plan Fundraising Events & Campaigns As Joint Ventures. To Top It As A First (No Other Workshop Has Ever Done This Before In India Or Overseas), All Fundraisers & Delegates From Ngo’s Shall Be Given Handholding & Assistance By Icongo For Developing A Successful Fundraising Strategy .
How to Register:
3500/- INR Non Residential (inclusive of lunches, refreshments and materials) . There is a 500/- rupee early bird discount until 31st August 2009.
We offer a special registration fee to NGOs sending two or more staff members as this is the best way to ensure that you can take these tools and implement them in your NGO!
Centre for Development of Corporate Citizenship, Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan's S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research, Munshi Nagar, Dadabhai Road, Andheri West, Mumbai 400058 .Tel: 61460316,
Email: email@example.com ,Website: http://www.spjimr.org/
Fee Collection Center:
Payment to be made in name of “Silver Innings”
Contact Address: Silver Innings , C/o: The Hub, 4th Floor, Candelar Building, 26 St John Baptist Road, Near Mount Mary Steps, Next to Smokin Joes Pizza shop, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400050
Contact for Registration (Silver Innings):
Ms. Hemshikha Gupta - 09987104233, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Sailesh Mishra - 09819819145 Email: email@example.com
Ms Snigdha Narain: 09711773625 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Hunar Brar: email@example.com
Please send the filled-in form along with the payment to:
Silver Innings, C/o The Hub, 4th Floor, Candelar Building, 26 St John Baptist Road, Near Mount Mary Steps, Next to Smokin Joes Pizza shop, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400050
Note: Last date for registration is 20th Sep 2009.
There will be no refund of registration fees in event of cancellation by the participant.
Note: Revenues Generated From This Workshop Shall Be
Utilised For Cause Campaigning And Creating Care And Dignity
For The Senior Citizens Of India
Shibani Ghosh’s interest lay in making Documentaries and she and her team started a Film Production house called Ranima films. Her first film Sadak Chaap on street children of Bombay won her the best film award at MIFF ( Mumbai International Film Festival). Sahas premiered at the Women's NGO conclave in China and was subsequently telecast on Doordarshan and on BBC and ZDF Television. Ever since Ranima Films has worked on films for NGO’s, the UN, Corporations , CSR & HR films.
A well known name in the development sector as a professional fundraiser for the last 18 yrs. He has served as country heads, Resource Mobilization for national level charities like Help Age India, GCCI, Deepalaya & as senior Manager, Technology Development of Development Alternatives.
Possessing over 20-years’ experience in NGO-activities, FMCG-Sales, Marketing, Public Relations and Advertising. Achieved outstanding credentials on the NGO-scenario, providing funding solutions and back-up, developing strategic alliances with Corporate Houses, networking & generating wide-canvas exposure for reaching-out to Below Poverty Line sections of society with extensive benefits.
Center for DOCC is at present being spearheaded by Ms .Nirja Mattoo, who brings with her an invaluable experience of more then 25 years in the field of development, voluntary action and corporate citizenship's. Ms Nirja Mattoo was one of the seventeen nominees out of 80 nominations received from all over the world, to make it to the final round of the ASPEN Faculty Awards held in New York in 2005 and 2008.
With over 14 yrs of experience in Business Sector, Jerry founded iCONGO and drives the movement to encourage social justice & citizen action through the people sector, as the chief volunteer & has been conducting weekend training programs (pro bono) for various NGOs over the past 5 years to encourage practical, ethical and credible fundraising to develop a long term ecosystem for the sector. Jerry also speaks at various high profile forums in India and overseas on CSR, Corporate Governance, Retail, Brand management, HR, Social & Corporate Communications, Cause Related Marketing, Media and Event management.
Over the past 8 years the founders of iCONGO have been training and mentoring various NGO leaders and fundraisers for creating fundraising strategies and also handholding them for implementation (some feedback is appended below). We at iCONGO teach on the basic foundation that “fundraising is not just about MONEY, HONEY!!” (as is misunderstood by most in India). It is about developing a credible ecosystem to involve people for the cause. In fact, most matured fundraising countries term fundraising as DEVELOMENT and fundraisers are called DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS, because PEOPLE IN FUNDRAISING are NOBLE PROFESSIONALS who DEVELOP a community movement for addressing any cause.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's S.P.Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) one of the top ten B-schools in the country. They have been proactive in participating in activities of relevance to the Indian society beyond MBA and similar programs. The Centre for Development of Corporate Citizenship (DOCC) is one such pedagogic initiative.
About Silver Innings:
Silver Innings is a Social Entrepreneur organization working towards creating Elder Friendly World where Ageing becomes a Positive and Rewarding Experience.Silver Inning Foundation is part of this group which is an NGO working with Elderly. Through its proactive approach and dedicated leadership of Sailesh Mishra , Silver Innings won 'Karamveer' National Award 2008 and is partially supported by Unltd India. http://www.silverinnings.com/
It was so refreshing to have such an out of the box presentation after having
attended so many mundane and systematic workshops. I really mean it I had
attended so many of them!1. It was very innovative, 2. It made us think
differently, 3. I liked the concept of “getting to feel for the cause, actually getting attached to the cause and not merely funding! Just like that without knowing the work”. This helps in gaining partners for future not necessarily MONEY! Anjali Chaudhry, Advocacy Coordinator
Dear Jerry, Thank you so very much for taking the session on events at Bhavan. The participants were really so happy with the session.
Rati, Regional Director- South Asia, The Resource Alliance
Hi Jerry, Thank you for the session that you conducted on the 27th. It threw light on different aspects of event planning and management and was very enriching. Our participants enjoyed every moment of it and left greatly enthused. We look forward to having you again with us.
Rajshri Sen, Regional Program Officer (South Asia), The Resource Alliance
We have received wonderful feedback from the students and the audience on
your presentation and it kept them mesmerized throughout. It was our privilege to have you as a speaker of your stature.
Rajarshi Ray, President - Net Impact club, Indian school of Business (ISB)
The presentation was simple and spoke of methods that need implementation.
We all enjoyed and participated your session. Now we came to know instead of taking lot of responsibilities there is the need to make CITIZENS -Socially Responsible. I would love to share your valuable ideas again.
Rakesh Kumar, R
Need more workshops just like this one? Content is good and thought provoking.
Helen V. Sheila, Rural Integrated Development Agency (RIDA)
I gained a lot from this workshop. The aim is fulfilled. The external
sessions were very good and the knowledge forum was exciting.
Shivika Garg AIESEC
It was a good experience. A new understand of the concept of
fundraising from the other side. Rishi Gupta, Plan India
A very positive impact on all of us…a new perception to the ideas.
Anurag Nirbhaya, Muskan.
Enjoyed the session. How about the follow-up say Phase II to help us
know how to find right sponsors etc. Nazia Yusuf, SN Lifestyle rejeveture
Today’s workshop was a learning processes, helped me organise my
thoughts, I go back enriched and hope to work in more organised
manner.Sudha Murgai, GM Projects & Events,Cancer Patients Aid Association.
The partner NGOs were impressed a lot on your presentation which
enabled us to get lots of input, feedback and new initiatives on Fund
Raising Strategies / Resource Mobilization which would help us to
adopt new strategies in the field of development. K.Joji, General Secretary, DVAF
This session was very fruitful and I understood the global scenario
better. It was evaluative and effective. Associating with ICONGO is
necessary in order to network well for our projects and programmes.
V. Isaac, RAPID (Rural Action for Promoting Integrated Development)
An educative presentation. C. Krupa Rao, HELPS (Health Education Leadership Promoting Society)
Forget yourself for others, and others will never forget you.