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Maximise your small charity’s fundraising potential – CIOF / NCVO

  • Start: 21st June, 2023 @ 10:30AM
  • End: 21st June, 2023 @ 12:00PM
  • Online event

Join NCVO for this free Small Charity Week webinar in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Fundraising (CIOF).

They’ll be exploring practical steps you can take to maximise your fundraising potential as a small organisation. Hear from small charities who have successfully adapted their fundraising activities

The covid-19 pandemic changed the nature of fundraising. Many small charities found themselves quickly pivoting to digital methods.

The last year has seen a return to in-person fundraising. However, against the backdrop of the cost-of-living crisis and the war in Ukraine, charities must now find new solutions to meet fundraising challenges.

In this webinar, the Chartered Institute of Fundraising (CIOF) and NCVO will share top tips for diversifying and adapting your fundraising activities to maximise your fundraising potential.

You will also hear small charity success stories, demonstrating what this means in practice.

This event is part of NCVO’s event series for Small Charity Week 2023. Small Charity Week aims to celebrate and raise the profile of the small charity sector.


By the end of the event, you’ll:

  • understand some of the specific fundraising issues facing small charities in 2023
  • take away practical tips to address these challenges and maximise your fundraising potential
  • hear from a small charity about how to implement flexible fundraising in practice
  • know where to go for further support.


  • Rob Cope, executive director of membership and charitable giving at CIOF
  • Viki Ward, partnerships and fundraising manager at NCVO
  • Hania Gudiens, advisor at Bees Abroad
  • Lucy James – income manager at Child.org

Who should attend?

Anyone involved or interested in small charities. In particular:

  • chief executives
  • fundraising officers or managers
  • trustees
  • fundraising volunteers.

Your Acess Needs

NCVO are committed to running accessible training and events.

All online events will have closed captions. They are also happy to arrange speech to text writers or BSL interpreters (subject to availability).

To help them, please share any access needs you have when prompted by the booking form.

How to book

You can register for your free place via the button below, or via the NCVO website.