Fundraising, philanthropy and alumnae engagement are fast becoming must-have skills for leaders. This session looks at philanthropy for girls’ school and answers these questions:
- Who is giving and how are they doing it?
- What is special about the way women give?
- What are the lessons for our girls?
- How do we raise as much as boys’ schools?
- Where do school values come into this?
There really are people out there who want to give money to your school. How do you identify, engage, ask and thank these wonderful people?
Learn more about essential leadership skills that influence and inspire others and leave with 5 practical ways to raise more money and captivate your alumnae.
Daniel McDiarmid and the AskRIGHT team are advisers to girls’ schools throughout Australia and New Zealand.The AskRIGHT partnership with AGSA has focussed on training school leaders in fundraising, and researching the distinctive fundraising and alumnae approaches of girls’ schools. Daniel wrote Australia’s first PhD thesis that explored philanthropy and fundraising, and has advised schools from beginning to advanced stages of fundraising. He is a keen supporter of the development of philanthropy for state, catholic and independent schools.
Come along and enjoy this fascinating Talk, light refreshments and networking with colleagues.