Sustainable Funding Conference Programme 2012

Programme of the day

9.30 Registration
Refreshments and networking
10.00 Welcome
Sir Stuart Etherington, Chief Executive, NCVO
10.05 Morning plenary
Dharmendra Kanani, Director for England, Big Lottery Fund
Leesa Herbert, Head of Support and Advice, NCVO
10.45 Morning break
Refreshments and networking
11.00 Morning discussion and debates 1
See workshop options
11.45  Morning break
12.00 Morning discussion and debates 2
See workshop options
12.45 Lunch
Lunch, networking and drop in bitesize lectures.
14.00 Practical workshops
See practical workshop options.
15.30 Afternoon break
15.45 Afternoon plenary
Dawn Austwick, Chief Executive, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Rachel Kirby-Rider,
Executive Director of Fundraising and Communications, Samaritans
16.30 Closing remarks
Ben Kernighan, Deputy Chief Executive, NCVO

Workshop options

Morning discussion and debates 1

AM1 Innovation: Does it take a crisis to make you really change?
Chair: Ros Jenkins, Consultant Sustainable Funding & Business Development, NCVO
Jonathan Petherbridge, Creative Director, London Bubble Theatre
Katherine William-Powlett, Leadership and Innovation Consultant, NCVO

Now fully booked

AM2 A new era for grant making?
Chair: Charlotte Gardiner, Policy Manager, NCVO (formerly BLF)
Thomas Guiney, Senior Policy and Learning Manager, Big Lottery Fund
Alice Casey, Development Manager, NESTA

Now fully booked

AM3 Making Ripples: earning from community assets 
Chair: Lee Robinson, Sustainable Funding Officer, NCVO
Graham Collins, Community Development Manager, Barking and Dagenham CVS
AM4 Transformational finance – using investment to achieve big ambitions
Chair: Olof Williamson, Sustainable Funding Manager, NCVO
Ed Siegel, Director of Investments, Big Issue Invest
Michael Lilly, CEO, My Time CIC

Now fully booked

Morning discussion and debates 2

AM5 Letting go: Managing the risk of fundraising with social media and volunteers
Chair: Ros Jenkins, Consultant Sustainable Funding & Business Development, NCVO
Tom Latchford, CEO, Raising IT
AM6 Assessing risks and Payment by Results
Chair: Fiona Sheil, Public Services Officer, NCVO
Fraser Battye, Principle at GHK Consultancy
AM7 Trade-offs? Achieving your mission in the consumer market
Chair: Olof Williamson, Sustainable Funding Manager, NCVO
Jonathan Stearn, Director, Consumer Focus
Veronique Jochum,  Research Manager NCVO
Now fully booked
AM8 When does innovation become an investment?  Turning inspiration into proposition
Chair: Julie Ward, Sustainable Funding Officer, NCVO
Seb Elsworth, Director of Partnerships and Communications, Social Investment Business
Burger Edwards, Director, Business Development and Finance, Cambridge House

Lunch bitesize lectures

B1 Members, money and mission – how to put membership at the heart of your income strategy
Gillen Knight, Head of Enterprise and Membership, NCVO
B2 Thinking about EU funding?
Sandra Turner, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (EU CSF Partnership Team)
B3 Unity Trust
B4 Can Impact

Afternoon practical workshop

PM1 The Crowdfunding Challenge 2012 – the results!
Speakers: The participants of The Crowdfunding Challenge
Led by Ros Jenkins, Consultant Sustainable Funding & Business Development, NCVO and Theresa Burton, CEO, Buzzbnk
PM2 Costing in consortia and sub-contracts
Chair: Fiona Sheil, Public Services Officer, NCVO
Dave Packwood, Business Development Unit, Barnardo’s
John O’Brien, Chief Executive, Community Accounting Plus
PM3 Creative design for demand-led services 
Chair: Olof Williamson, Sustainable Funding Manager, NCVO
Jo Summers, Director of Operations, P3, Ré Dubhthaigh, Design Associate, Design Council

Now fully booked

PM4 Impact investment for ambitious charities
Chair: Julie Ward, Sustainable Funding Officer, NCVO
Julia Grant, Portfolio Director, Impetus Trust and Virginia Beardshaw, Chief Executive, I CAN

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