What’s next for Sport Sector Fundraising as we exit lock-down

Join our Webinar “What’s next for Sport Fundraising?” as Ireland exits lock-down. How should sport 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 sport organisations.

 

The announcement of €70m government support package for sport is very welcome and needed. Fundraising is largely untapped by sporting organisations. The latest evidence suggests that sport reports only 2%-3% of the total fundraised income in Ireland which was €1.1b in 2017. We have seen massive fundraising drives across Ireland from Irish sporting bodies. When it comes to donor priorities, where do sporting organisations rank in a post-lockdown Ireland?

 

What choices will have to be made to survive and thrive in the future? Sporting organisations across the country are built on a earned-income model which has been adversely impacted by Covid-19. As we progress into 2020 and a new decade, is now the time for sport to look at alternative sources of funding in order to balance risk?

 

The webinar will debate this and will start by looking at the current fundraising landscape in Ireland. We will look to international peers to see the pros and cons of the different approaches to sport fundraising and where opportunities may lie for National Governing Bodies, regional bodies and clubs. Our expert panel will take us through their experiences in fundraising for Irish sport to date while Rob Hartnett will cover some of the inventive club fundraising initiatives taking place around the country.

 

Joining 2into3 on the panel will be:

  • James O Callaghan, Performance Director, Irish Sailing
  • Tim Floyd, Secretary, Tipperary GAA
  • Rob Hartnett, CEO, Sport for Business

Date: Thurs 25th June 3pm.

Register https://bit.ly/2YoSGDm

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

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Good Governance awards 2019 winners

Winners of Good Governance 2019 announced

2into3 are delighted to be involved again as a partner organisation for this year’s Carmichael Good Governance Awards. The awards, now in their fourth year aim to acknowledge, encourage and promote good governance practice by not-for-profit organisations in Ireland.

The Awards are open to organisations of all shapes and sizes. In total, there are five entry categories ranging from small (annual turnover of less than €250,000) to the very large (turnover of over €15million).

Drumroll – And the winners are: Trócaire, Jigsaw, LauraLynn, Jack and Jill Foundation, The Care Trust, Children’s Rights Alliance, Solus Centre, Helium Arts & Health and Sligo Volunteers Centre.

Dennis O’Connor, Director with 2into3 will join the panel of twenty-five judges who will adjudicate shortlisted entries and select the winners. All organisations who enter will benefit, the GGA Judging panel will provide governance feedback on all submissions.

Speaking about the awards, Dennis said: “The Good Governance Awards are an excellent initiative designed to promote transparency in the sector. 2into3 are delighted to support the awards given that recent findings in our Annual Fundraising Performance Report suggest that many organisations are not adhering to SORP requirements.”

 

2into3 Annual Fundraising Performance Report

 

 

2into3 intend to continue their sponsorship of the Good Governance Awards next year.