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Developing Your Fundraising Mix Presentation

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A presentation on Developing you Fundraising Mix delivered by Jenny Irvine at NICVA's member event on 7 October 2014.

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Developing Your Fundraising Mix Presentation

  1. 1. Developing your fundraising mix Jenny Irvine 7TH October 2014
  2. 2. Pride before the…
  3. 3. Adaptable to change.. Irvinestown Trustee Enterprise Company Ltd 1992 Irvinestown Community Partnership ARC LTD 2000 Irvinestown Fairs and Market Trustees 1908
  4. 4. Why it worked in Irvinestown.. (under the microscope)  Shared leadership commitment  Learning from Mistakes  Business-like approach  Knowledge of and the development of flexible, creative responses to address need  Cooperation - Building reciprocity in relationships and partnership of common interest  Luck
  5. 5. Share the learning or Re-invent wheels?
  6. 6. Create a safe(er) structure  Reduce personal Liability
  7. 7. Plan your Journey  Alice – Which way should I go  Cat – That depends where you’re going  Alice – I don’t know where I’m going  Cat – Then it doesn’t matter which way you go Alice Through the Looking Glass – Lewis Carroll 1872
  8. 8. Collective wisdom.. Harness intelligence
  9. 9. Cash-flow  Vanity v’s sanity..
  10. 10. Store your Barley!  Seven years of plenty, seven years of famine..
  11. 11. The myths and realities of diversification..
  12. 12. Fast & Easy – its not!
  13. 13. Irvinestown Creating Economic, Environmental & Social Capital  Human capital – Skill mix, staff & volunteers  Physical capital – Over 50,000 sq ft of workspace 22 businesses operating from ITEC managed space Over 200 Jobs created  Financial capital Significant income across companies Reinvestment of revenue into social development projects  Organisational capital Corporate Governance - controls assurance, strategic, compliance, financial accountability  Community Capital – Quality intervention
  14. 14. Route map to success……….  Consider all options  Ask the audience  Phone a friend – External relationships  Go 50 – 50,not many eggs, not many baskets (but more than 1)  Have confidence in your final answer
  15. 15. Go for broke! I honestly think it is better to be a failure at something you love than to be a success at something you hate." - -- George Burns

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