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Pareto Masterclasses - Learning for Fundraisers


7 February 2005 at 12:02 pm
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Pareto Masterclasses are conceived as pure learning exercises for fundraisers. They challenge, inform and motivate...

Staff Reporter | 7 February 2005 at 12:02 pm


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Pareto Masterclasses - Learning for Fundraisers
7 February 2005 at 12:02 pm

ADVERTORIAL

“Expect to come away with a head full of ideas and a new zeal for the work you do.”

“You have to go to it. It’s like reading Ken Burnett’s book in a tenth of the time, like 5 conferences rolled into one afternoon workshop.”

Pareto Masterclasses are conceived as pure learning exercises for fundraisers. They challenge, inform and motivate. Smaller charities with one or two fundraisers find them exceedingly useful, and more experienced fundraisers find them challenging and informative.

Pareto tackles some difficult issues, some “big picture” issues and some practical, “get your hands dirty” tips for making fundraising work. Larger charities can benefit from information on fundraising that you don’t hear anywhere else.

The February Masterclasses are already proving popular, so make sure you’re registered for these sessions:

17th February, Sydney
The Lost Dogs’ Home: Case Study – Developing Donor Relationships

Dr Graeme Smith will present how as CEO of the Lost Dogs’ Home he has built unique relationships with their supporters. He will show how as a Fundraiser you can develop donor programs and build one to one relationships with them. Sean Triner will detail the tactics that helped the Lost Dogs’ Home to more than double their annual income from one appeal. Pareto will give practical advice on how to develop successful appeals like this.

Date: Thursday, 17 February 2005
Time: 2pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Old Fitzroy Theatre, Sydney
Speaker: Dr. Graeme Smith CEO The Lost Dogs Home, Sean Triner Pareto Fundraising

Registration form available online here:
http://www.paretofundraising.com/regform170205.pdf

18th February, Melbourne
Swap or Die? Reciprocal Mailings

“Swap or Die?” will intrigue all Fundraisers. A new concept in Australia, reciprocal mailings – is a hot topic, and we will tackle it head on. The presentation will challenge established thinking, use real data to argue the case, tell you why and when you shouldn’t do it, explain the impact of privacy laws and give attendees tools to help them decide if reciprocal mailings are for them.

Date: Friday, 18 February 2005
Time: 2pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Hotel Charsfield, Melbourne
Speaker: Sean Triner Pareto Fundraising

Registration form available online here:
http://www.paretofundraising.com/regform180205.pdf

For any more information, contact Pareto Fundraising:

masterclass@paretofundraising.com

www.paretofundraising.com

t – 02 9380 8414

f – 02 9380 8419



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