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Fundraising and Philanthropy in Higher Education #HEFundraising
17 May 2012
Central London
New techniques, new opportunities and moving forward after Woolf What opportunities do the much publicised reductions in government spending present to institutions to build a culture of voluntary giving? How will the Lord Woolf Inquiry change institutional attitudes to fundraising, and what safeguards need to be in place? How can we learn from global good practice? Institutions are looking for support to secure large-scale foundation funding. In the context of an increasingly globalised market, advice to compete and leverage opportunities in China, Middle East, India, Latin America and Russia is vital. View this conference online to examine how to sustain the gains that have been made and the critical future role of major donors, philanthropy and alumni funding.
Programme
10:00
Aaron Porter, Consultant and Journalist
Welcome and introduction from conference Chair

What's on now:
10:10
Lori Manders, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, University College London
A new landscape for fundraising

10:30
Professor Michael Earley, Principal and Chief Executive, Rose Bruford College
Working with international alumni

10:50
Professor Shirley Pearce CBE Vice-Chancellor, Loughborough University; 1994 Group Board
Keynote address: Institutional leadership allowing fundraising and philanthropy to flourish

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11:10
Questions and discussion: Session 1
11:20
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
11:50
Stephen Tall Development Director, Education Endowment Foundation
What's next? Leverage, impact and partnership - evolving best practice in HE fundraising

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12:10
Fiona Kirk, Director of Devlopment & Alumni Relations, London School of Economics
Lessons for the sector from Woolf

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12:30
Ian Lewis, Head of Finance, HEFCE
Update on matched funding scheme for voluntary giving

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12:50
Questions and discussion: Session 2
13:00
Buffet lunch, networking and exhibition
14:00
Adrian Beney, Partner, More Partnership
Fundraising or development? The importance of aligning fundraising priorities with the institutional plan

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14:20
Simon Fourmy, Director of Grants, The Wolfson Foundation
What foundations want to hear

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15:00
Panel Debate: Session 3 Developing relationships and partnerships to bring new revenue into higher education

15:40
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
16:00
Close of conference
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