The IFC Pop Ups are back in South Africa in March.
We are partnering with the Resource Alliance for the third year running as it brings the International Fundraising Congress (IFC) Pop Ups to South Africa in 2020 – one-day events packed with inspiration from fundraisers all over the globe. The IFC staged its first IFC Pop Ups in 2017 in South Africa, reaching 350 changemakers in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. This year, the IFC Pop Ups will be held in South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Brazil, Argentina, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand.
The Cape Town event took place on 6 March while the Johannesburg leg of the IFC Pop Ups is coming up on 18 March. With our Philanthropy Office playing a key role in being a catalyst for change in South Africa, we are proud to support this initiative and excited about the potential impact it can have through more effective fundraising.
Delegates will benefit from a fresh, new programme of fundraising inspiration and high-quality learning.
A key objective of the 2020 Pop Ups is to make worldclass knowledge about resource mobilisation accessible to changemakers. Presented in video format with a live Q&A on Skype, delegates will have the opportunity to learn from fundraising experts, and network with peers on how to apply the learnings locally.
The IFC Pop Ups are recommended for anyone involved in fundraising, whether through a non-governmental organisation, the social impact division of a business, an academic institution, a faith-based organisation or a social enterprise.
This year’s programme will cover a wide range of topics presented by local and international experts.
These include the following:
You can still register for the Johannesburg event on 18 March.
Join us at the IFC Pop Ups on 18 March at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS). To find out more and to secure your seat, click here.
Contact us if you want expert advice on your giving goals.
Even if you are not directly involved in fundraising but want your wealth to tell a story of positive change, we can help ensure your giving is impactful and sustainable. Our Philanthropy Office is an established industry leader in the social impact space and recently won the title as the top private bank and wealth manager in South Africa for philanthropic advice in the Euromoney survey for the fifth time. According to Noxolo Hlongwane, Head of Philanthropy: ‘The fact that our peers have once again considered us leaders in this space demonstrates the consistency of the quality of our advice and offering.’
You can find out more about our philanthropy offering here or, if you are an existing client, speak to your wealth manager to find out how you can benefit from our award-winning philanthropic expertise.
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