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Fundraising Workshop with Stephen Dunmore, CEO of the Fundraising Regulator

Fundraising Workshop with Stephen Dunmore, CEO of the Fundraising Regulator
Friday, May 11, 2018 - 10:00 to 12:00
Ulster Bank Head Offices, 11-16 Donegall Square East, Belfast, BT1 5UB

Stephen Dunmore, the Chief Executive of the Fundraising Regulator, will be delivering a workshop for CO3 members on the role and functions of the Fundraising Regulator for charities in N. Ireland. 

The Workshop will be an opportunity to learn:

  • The origins, role and remit of Fundraising Regulator.
  • Why we need to get fundraising right.
  • Governance and structure and how this connects to fundraising.
  • Working with partners.
  • Funding, levy and registration.
  • What are the benefits of the Fundraising Regulator?
  • An overview of the Code of Fundraising Practice.
  • Complaints handling.
  • Fundraising Preference Service (FPS).
  • Data Protection and GDPR.
  • Challenges for charities/fundraisers:
    • compliance/reputation
    • trustee involvement
    • GDPR
    • new forms of fundraising.

This interactive session, will be an opportunity for you to engage directly with Stephen Dunmore. 
 


Date: Friday 11 May

Time: 10am – 12 noon

Venue: Ulster Bank Head Offices, 11-16 Donegall Square East, Belfast, BT1 5UB

Cost: None

To register please email sarah@co3.bz


Stephen Dunmore, the Chief Executive of the Fundraising Regulator

Stephen Dunmore was appointed as Chief Executive of the Fundraising Regulator in December 2015. He was previously Chief Executive of the New Opportunities Fund and the Big Lottery Fund.

Since leaving the Big Lottery Fund in 2008, Stephen has been Interim Chief Executive of the Responsible Gambling Fund, The Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, the Lumos Foundation, the National Consumer Council and the Family and Childcare Trust. He was Chair of Capacitybuilders, National Family Mediation and the BBC’s Awards Advisory Committee; and served as a member of the Office of the Third Sector’s Advisory Body.

Stephen is a trustee of The Prince’s Countryside Fund and a Council Member of the Society of Antiquaries.