Inaugural Child's i Foundation Meetup

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Our first Child's i Foundation meetup. We shared a bit about us, our ambitions and our todo list. …

Our first Child's i Foundation meetup. We shared a bit about us, our ambitions and our todo list.

If you want to join one of our sessions: http://www.meetup.com/childsifoundation

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  • 1. Child’s i Foundation Inaugural meet up 4 th February 2009
  • 2. If you want to “meetcast” (?)
    • Twitter: @childsi -or- #childsimeetup
    • Flickr: www.flickr.com/childsifoundation
  • 3. Why this meet up?
    • Nice to meet our supporters face-to-face
    • We want to tell you more about what we are doing
    • How we want our supporters to get involved
    • Share some of our to do list out
    • Listen to your ideas
    • Input on future meetups
    • Agenda:
      • A short presentation
      • Chat; beer; peanuts
  • 4. Our charity from the beginning
  • 5. Targeted
    • We will build a home for babies in Uganda by the end of 2010
      • We need to raise the money
      • We need to find short term solutions
      • We need to build the home
      • We need to be sustainable in the long term
  • 6. Roadmap (5 phases)
    • A phased and incremental project plan reduces the risks and proves the model works
      • Building strong foundations for a robust, sustainable structure we can grow and expand
    • Phase one
      • Rented accommodation for 20 babies, set up social work department
    • Phase Two
      • Situational analysis, purchase land with an existing building for HQ and build a Home and administration block.
    • Phase Three
      • Open Home for up to 50 babies, expand social work department and volunteer scheme.
    • Phase Four
      • Expand Home to up to 80 babies, Build a nursery and specialised medical facilities to care for premature and sick babies
    • Phase Five
      • Tackle the root cause of abandonment and provide support to parents who have no choice but to abandon their children
    All phases outlined here: http://childsifoundation.wordpress.com/so-much-to-do/fundraising/roadmap
  • 7. How will we achieve this? All within the framework of creative integrity, brand values and a focus on our goals interaction and collaboration individual contribution
  • 8. Activity Strands
    • Campaign strategy
        • Buy a Brick, Baby Shower, Run to Kampala
    • Sustained fundraising activity
        • Undress for Uganda, Community fundraising, Justgiving initiatives, High net worth donors, Corporations, Schools programme etc.
    • Integration & Technology requirements
        • Website build, E-commerce engine, Hosting, Overall totaliser, Application integration etc.
    • Special projects
        • Rotherfield Music Festival, Launch day at The Spectator, Knit-in with Aunty Pat, Myspace Music etc.
    • Everyday and mini-tasks
        • Seeding videos, admin, networking in forums, Twitter, updating Facebook, designing blog headers / donation boxes / campaign material etc.
    • The Bigger Picture
        • Uganda: finding temporary accommodation, finding land, designing the home, building the home, creating a social work department, volunteers village, volunteers programme etc.
  • 9. Opportunities to get involved
    • Campaign 1: Buy a Brick
      • An interactive virtual wall
      • Donors will be helping to build the babies home brick by brick
      • They decide how much they want to pay
      • Everyone's donation however large or small is crucial to our success
      • The wall scrolls so you can paginate through and read messages
      • The wall will be on childsifoundation.org but will be portable and shareable in your own digital space
  • 10. Opportunities to get involved Buy a Brick Programme Manager Flash design & development E-commerce integration Application development Technology Short film creation & seeding Celebrity endorsement programme PR - Strategy Media, Marketing & PR PR - implementation online and offline Totaliser Individual donor communications Corporate donors Supporters Network Sponsors Backend development Other Activity…
  • 11. So do you want to get involved?
    • Tell us what you want to do
    • Tell us how much time you have
    • Tell us even if you don’t know what you could do to help but would like to do something.
      • We’ll find you something!
    • Tell us if you have any ideas you think we should think about
    • Tell us if you know anyone might be able to help
    • Tell us what you want from meet up in the future
  • 12. Reminder of what we are doing
    • Campaign strategy
        • Buy a Brick, Baby Shower, Run to Kampala
    • Sustained activity
        • Undress for Uganda, Community fundraising, Justgiving initiatives, High net worth donors, Corporations, Schools programme etc.
    • Integration & Technology requirements
        • Website build, E-commerce engine, Hosting, Overall totaliser, Application integration etc.
    • Special projects
        • Rotherfield Music Festival, Launch day at The Spectator, Knit-in with Aunty Pat, Myspace Music etc.
    • Everyday and mini-tasks
        • Seeding videos, admin, networking in forums, Twitter, updating Facebook, designing blog headers / donation boxes / campaign material etc.
    • The Bigger Picture
        • Uganda: finding temporary accommodation, finding land, designing the home, building the home, creating a social work department, volunteers village, volunteers programme etc.
  • 13. Get in touch
    • Come say hello to Lucy, Kirsty or Matthew
    • Sign up at http://childsifoundation.org
    • Follow us on twitter @childsi
    • Find us on Facebook, Flickr, Youtube
    • Grab a Moo card!