Invitation: Philanthropic networking event - RSA

Invitation: Philanthropic networking event

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Innovation professional Jess Denny FRSA invites London Fellows to a philanthropic networking event on The Steps at RSA House on Tuesday 16 May. 

This event will bring together Heads of Development and fundraising professionals in nonprofits who focus on corporate fundraising and partnerships.

We'll be joined by Edward Sharman, Head of Development at the RAF Museum. With his 15+ years of experience, Edward has been a bridge between charities and CSR teams, both in corporate partnership roles at nonprofits and CSR positions at investment banks.

What to expect

Following an informal fireside chat with Edward, we look forward to sparking a group discussion around the changing pressures and expectations on CSR teams in 2023, strategies for nonprofit corporate partnership teams to adjust, and what CSR and partnership teams need to build sustainable relationships.

Agenda 

3.45pm – 4.00pm Coffee and networking

4.00pm – 4.30pm Fireside chat with Edward

4.30pm – 5.00pm Q&A + group discussion

This is a free event and Fellows are invited to share amongst friends and colleagues in order to generate a diverse range of participants.

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