Posted 1 year ago
We asked Rosie Oldham from London Wildlife Trust to answer all your burning fundraising questions, and boy did she deliver! Want to hear her advice on all things fundraising from quick strategies to set up corporate & individual giving, to engaging your trustees, to landing you first fundraising job? Catch all her pearls of wisdom in this handy video.
👇 Questions 👇
[0:18] — Best way to approach high-level decision makers at large global orgs for funding?
[3:22] — Quick strategies to set up corporate & individual giving?
[5:49] — Advice on how to land a paid fundraising role?
[7:56] — How to engage trustees to think more 'fundraising'?
[9:22] — How to fundraise for a newly-registered charity?
A bit more about Rosie:
Rosie is currently Head of Fundraising at London Wildlife Trust, having held four different roles there over the past seven years. She has ten years’ experience in fundraising for causes including education, children and young people, health and the environment—with specialist knowledge and direct experience of creating fundraising strategies, and fundraising from trusts and foundations, corporate partnerships and individuals. She also has experience of theory of change and impact measurement approaches to strategy, and has spoken about moving into a first-time leadership role at a number of fundraising conferences.
She volunteers with the FSI’s Advice Hub, giving advice on fundraising for smaller charities, and recently joined the Chartered Institute of Fundraising Cultural Sector Network committee. She holds a fundraising advisory role for the start-up charity, It’s OK that supports young people living with mental illnesses. She wants to see the charity sector become more inclusive and collaborative, both through its fundraising practice and more widely.