Giving Ireland 2020

Giving Ireland Webinar Series

Don’t forget to check out your Giving Ireland subsector’s webinar.

So far we have had fantastic level of engagement.

We started the series with Social Services and Local Development & Housing sectors, on our panel we were joined by Nichola Mullen, Head of Fundraising of Society of St Vincent de Paul, Tony Ward, Finance Director of The Wheel and Hugh Brennan CEO of O’Cualann Housing Alliance.

We then turned our attention to Education & Research sector and joining our panel was Shana Cohen, Director with TASC and Eileen Punch, from Trinity Foundation

Health was the next sector in the spotlight, our speakers included Michael Nason, CEO of CUH Charity and Tony Ward, Finance Director of The Wheel.

Later in the week we looked at International Development. Joining our panel was Richard Dixon, Head of Public Affairs with Concern and Audrey Jones, Head of Fundraising, Médecins Sans Frontières.

Sport  & Recreation was our next target subsector, we were joined by guest speaker Rachel Fallon-Langdon, Executive Director with Irish Sailing Foundation.

Our webinar on Religion is taking place on Thursday 19th of Nov and we will be joined by Sharon Hearty, Communications & Development of The Sanctuary of St Patrick, Lough Derg and Eoin McBennett, Investment Manager with Quilter Cheviot.

The final webinar in this series of subsector analysis will be Arts, Culture & Media and our guest speaker will be Deborah Kelleher, Director with Royal Irish Academy of Music.

 

If you are interesting in joining any of the upcoming webinars or viewing any of the recordings of completed webinars please register on the Giving Ireland page.

Giving Ireland 2020

Growth in Giving Accelerates for the Irish Not-for-Profit Sector in 2018 – Giving Ireland 2020 Report

Giving Ireland 2020

Register for Giving Ireland 2020 Report launch 21st Oct 11am

 

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2into3 and Philanthropy Ireland warmly invite you to the launch of:

Giving Ireland 2020 – Analysis and Insights on Funding of the Not-For-Profit Sector in 2018

 

Kindly supported by Quilter Cheviot and BDO.

Joining our panel will be:

  • Deidre Garvey, CEO of The Wheel, who will MC the event
  • Denise Charlton, CEO of Community Foundation
  • Jimmie Browne, President at Irish Academy of Engineering, Chairman at Children’s Health Ireland (CHI)
  • Darren Ryan, CEO of Social Entrepreneurs Ireland

Details: Wed 21st Oct at 11am

This will be a virtual event, via a zoom webinar. Please register here.

Depending on your email spam filters, you may need to check your junk folder for the email with your zoom login details. All who register will receive a recording of the webinar event.

 

The report will examine the total fundraised income from philanthropic sources in 2018, changes from 2017, the fundraising performance of the sector, the fundraising mix in 2018, the cost of fundraising by method and international comparisons. At the launch event, commentary will include impact of Covid on fundraised income in past 6 months.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please do not hesitate to contact judith.power@2into3.com

Niamh Carruthers

Niamh Carruthers promoted to Consultant

Niamh Carruthers

2into3 are pleased to announce Niamh Carruthers’ promotion to the role of Consultant and Strategic Planning Lead within the company.

Niamh originally joined 2into3 in 2017 as a Consulting Team Trainee before becoming an Analyst. In her Analyst role, Niamh managed a number of strategy-driven projects, facilitated workshops and supported the delivery of numerous Strategic Plans and Fundraising Strategies. Niamh has worked with organisations across the not-for-profit sector, including Sensational Kids, the Irish Academy of Engineers, TASC, the Irish Advocacy Network, Teach Tearmainn and KDYS. Since joining, 2into3 Niamh has published several research reports, including the annual “Giving Ireland Report” which is the only not-for-profit fundraising income performance report. Niamh co-authored “Actions you can take to manage the impact of Covid-19”.

In her new role, Niamh will concentrate on Strategic Planning and Organisational Reviews. She will lead her clients through the 2into3 strategic development process, to support organisations in introducing transformational change and increasing their impact.

Please join us in wishing Niamh well in her new role. You can contact Niamh 086-0462358 or Niamh.Carruthers@2into3.com

Patricia Keenan - 2into3 Belfast office

Belfast office now open – Lead by Patricia Keenan

Patricia Keenan - 2into3 Belfast office

We are delighted to announce the opening of our Belfast office, headed up by Patricia Keenan, Management Consultant. Patricia has been a consultant for over a decade after a career in the public and voluntary sector across the island of Ireland and in London. She worked for local authorities, government departments and social enterprises at a senior level before embarking on a career in consulting in 2005, for a diverse range of public and private sector clients. Patricia will lead the business in Northern Ireland and the border counties.

Patricia is an experienced project manager and has led on a number million pound EU funded projects. She has extensive experience in the rural development sector and LEADER funding across Northern Ireland, having previously sat on the Board of the regional LEADER company. She also oversaw the completion of an all Island diversity training programme within the public sector, a first of its kind. With Patricia on-board we are looking forward to offering a full Island of Ireland service to our clients and working more closely with not-for-profits in Northern Ireland and Northwest region.

In March 2020 we opened our Cork office, led by Rob Foley and now 5 months on we are delighted to continue our expansion northwards. Since starting in 2006, we have expanded our service offering to include Fundraising Strategy, Strategic Planning, Organisational Reviews, Recruitment and Research. We have a wealth of knowledge from working across the diverse range of not-for-profit sub-sectors from Social Services and Health to Education and Sport.

2into3 and Philanthropy Ireland announce their collaboration on “Giving Ireland” Report

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2into3 and Philanthropy Ireland today announced their collaboration on the creation and publishing of Giving Ireland Report 2020, a report on giving in the Irish Not-for-Profit sector.

Previously the performance of Irish fundraising was tracked by 2into3’s Irish Not-for-Profit Sector: Fundraising Performance Report’, and now in its 10th year has evolved into Giving Ireland. The aim of the Giving Ireland report is to provide insights into giving for the Not-for-Profit sector in Ireland, thereby informing decision making within the sector and supporting development of giving. Year on year comparisons with in-depth analysis, international comparisons around giving in Ireland make the publication a round year tool for the sector as well as an annual snapshot of the sector.

The report will indicate total income raised from philanthropic and other sources, provide analysis of fundraising performance year on year and the cost of raising funds by method. Using these insights, Not-for-Profit organisations, donors and policy makers will have evidence to inform their decisions in support of more strategic approaches to development of giving in Ireland. Giving Ireland promotes transparency and reform that will allow the sector to gain from better giving infrastructure.

Dennis O’Connor, 2into3 Director said: “We are delighted to collaborate with Philanthropy Ireland to produce Giving Ireland. Giving Ireland will provide objective information that will provide a platform for organisations to come together to debate and discuss solutions that will elevate the sector as a whole”.

Éilis Murray, Chief Executive Officer Philanthropy Ireland said “Data on giving is so important for the sector. Insights on giving patterns can provide real value for the growth and development of giving in Ireland, including philanthropic giving. We welcome this initiative to develop Giving Ireland and to be a part of it”.

What is Next for International Development Subsector as we exit lockdown? Webinar invite

As Ireland & UK exits lockdown, how should International Development organisations approach fundraising in the months ahead? Over a short number of weeks, we have seen significant changes in the sector. These changes have impacted the fundraising approach of International Development organisations. When it comes to donor priorities, where do International Organisations rank in this new world? What choices will have to be made to survive and thrive in the future?

We are hosting a Webinar to discuss Fundraising in the International Development subsector and what’s next as we exit lockdown. Speakers include:

Peter Reynolds – Director of Fundraising – Concern Worldwide (UK),

Declan White, Fundraising Manager, Sightsavers,

Suzanne Keatinge, Director, Dochas.

 

Some of the topics covered:

  • International Development Subsector – Fundraised Income (total and per capita)
  • Ireland v UK comparison
  • Impact of Covid-19 – looking at number of elements including Donor Priorities
  • Insights from Expert panel
  • Q&A session (if you have any questions you would like me to answer during the session please email them in advance)

Details: Thursday 18th June at 3pm (Duration 1 hour)

Register for this webinar here

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining this webinar.

If you are unable to attend the webinar, you can still sign up as we will be distributing a copy of the webinar to all registrants.

 

About 2into3 Webinar Series

View previous 2into3 fundraising webinars here

 

 

2into3 fundraising Webinar series

What’s next for Health Sector – Fundraising Webinar

As Ireland & UK exits lockdown, how should Health organisations approach fundraising in the months ahead? Join our webinar today at 3pm, where we’ll discuss recent changes and how they have impacted fundraising of Health organisations. What choices will have to be made to survive and thrive in the future?
Guess speakers include Joe McKenna, Head of Foundation NCBI, and Caroline Gormley, Associate Director of Fundraising – Evelina London Children’s Hospital

Register Here

Amy Carr joins expert panel on Major Gifts webinar – Fundraising by Method: Managing COVID19 Impact

We are delighted to have Amy Carr, Director of Fundraising with Focus Ireland joining our expert panel on the Major Gifts webinar, the first in our webinar series: ‘Fundraising by Method: Actions to manage COVID19 impact’.

Amy was appointed as Director of Fundraising and Marketing at Focus Ireland in January 2020 having worked with Focus Ireland since 2014. Amy’s first role was as the Trust and Major Donor Officer where she developed the Major Gift function and then as Head of Partnerships and Philanthropy where she was responsible for Corporate, Campaigns, Trust and Foundations and Major Gifts. Amy brings a wealth of experience from the NGO sector having worked in Our Lady’s Hospice, ISPCA and Barnardos. A graduate of  NUI Galway and Anglia Ruskin University, she holds a MSc in Marketing, HDip in Business Studies, a Post Grad in Digital Marketing.

Also joining Amy on the panel will be Darren McMahon, Consultant 2into3, to discuss insights from the Irish Giving Index and Rob Foley, Consultant 2into3 will cover prospect identification. Dennis Connor, Director 2into3, will present impact to Major gifts due to COVID19. Thursday 23 April at 3pm.

Series line up over the next few weeks:
Thursday 30th April Topic: Corporate Donations
Thursday 7th May Topic: Regular Giving and DM
Thursday 14th May Topic: Trust and Foundations
Thursday 21st May Topic: Legacies
Register here for the webinar

Actions to manage impact covid19

Webinar invite: Fundraising in 2020: Minimising Covid19 Impact

Following on from our report Actions to Manage Impact of Covid19 on Fundraised Income we have prepared a Webinar on the topic.

Date: Thursday 16th April 11am. Joining our panel will be Liz Hughes, CEO, Charities Institute Ireland.

Some of the topics covered:

  • How to access how your organisation’s Fundraised Income could be impacted
  • Actions to manage this impact
  • Q&A session

Details: Thursday 16th April at 11am

If you are interested in attending, please follow this link to register for webinar https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-dZ8zBHxTZeZeOPa1Yhpfw

If you are unable to attend webinar, you can still sign up as we will be distributing a copy of the webinar to all registrants.