Your Funding Network – a partner of Hub member DCHI – is offering a complementary ticket to its upcoming “Holistic Fundraising & Mentoring” Certificate Training Program taking place on May 8th , 9th and 10th at The Hague Humanity Hub.

This in depth program will be led by two international experts in the field of fundraising, board engagement and business community involvement – Linda Lysakowski and Ellen Bristol – and will cover a broad range of topics including but not limited to:

  • Identifying Gaps In Your Current Fundraising Approach through The Leaky Bucket Assessment;
  • Fine Tuning Your Fundraising Strategy & Development Plan;
  • Creating Your Fundraising Case of Support;
  • Donor “FIT”: are you asking the right donors;
  • Donor Pipeline Planning and Maintaining;
  • Engaging Your Business Community;
  • The Impact Of Relationships For Major Gifts.

Owing to the mix of lecture and case study formats across the 3 days, participants will complete the program equipped with practical fundraising tools to apply in a strategic and proactive manner. Plus, in addition to the training itself, all participants will also benefit from:

These 2 complementary tickets are offered to DCHI partners and members of The Hague Humanity Hub through nomination. To know more about the terms and conditions, please click here.

For full details of the program, you can visit Your Funding Network website and can directly reach out to Somaye Dehban, Managing Director of Your Funding Network.

Think like a for-profit, act like a non-profit.

We are planning a 2 day leadership training on business model generation and value proposition design for spring 2019. This training is designed for management staff and leaders of impact-driven organisations and any relevant commercial enterprise. We are still working on the planning, prices, and logistics. In the meantime, please share your interest in participating below.

Whether you work for a for profit or not for profit enterprise, if you want to achieve impact, you may be facing some of these questions:

• Are you concerned about being able to deliver impact next year and beyond?
• Are you having trouble getting sustainable funding/revenues?
• Do you know how to measure your performance/success?
• Is your (social) enterprise future proof?
• Is your business model sustainable?
• Do you think you might need to reinvent your organisation?

Social and commercial business models are colliding. Not for profits are becoming more business-like and commercial enterprise is becoming more socially conscious. But are our current business models fit for the future? Do we need to find new ways of matching funding and capital to social impact? What can we do at the enterprise level?

Share your interest here: