The Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising | Geraldton
Want to learn the foundations of arts fundraising?
Registrations for our Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising workshop are now open to organisations and individuals in Geraldton.
The Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising is designed for arts professionals who want to learn the foundations of arts philanthropy and sponsorship or those looking to refresh their knowledge.
This workshop is perfect for:
- Arts professionals, executive staff and/or leadership teams, and board members who want to learn the basics of arts fundraising, philanthropy and sponsorship;
- Arts professionals, executive staff and/or leadership teams, and board members with some fundraising experience and knowledge;
- Leaders and board members of regional arts organisations and projects in and around Geraldton; or
- Individual artists in and around Geraldton.
What you’ll get:
A full-day interactive workshop, covering:
- Business partnerships 101
- Philanthropy 101
- How to make your organisation fundraising-ready
- Building a case for support
- Fundraising strategies
- Developing a fundraising plan
This is a chance to connect with your peers and learn from your Creative Partnerships Australia’s State Manager for WA, James Boyd, who will provide local perspective, case studies and insights on how to implement what you’ve learned.
The cost for attending is $65.00 + GST, including lunch, tea and coffee and snacks.
All participants, staff and presenters attending this event will need to follow simple health and hygiene measures. These measures are outlined in Creative Partnerships Australia’s COVIDSafe Plan. Additionally, venue health and safety protocols will be in place for the Geraldton Multipurpose Centre. You can view these here.
About the presenter:
James Boyd is Creative Partnerships Australia’s State Manager for WA and has consulted for over 250 arts companies in collaboration, sponsorship and fundraising. Prior to this role, he was the Executive Manager, Development for the West Australian Symphony Orchestra where he raised $15 million.
He is a graduate of the Executive Program for Non-profit Leaders in the Arts, Stanford University and holds a Graduate Certificate of Social Impact from UWA. He is also the National Convener of Impact100 and has published a number of articles on fundraising in the arts and collaborative philanthropy.
This event is presented in partnership with Regional Arts WA and the following promotion partners:
City of Geraldton, Regional Arts WA, North Midland Project, Artsource
Creative Partnerships Australia is a Commonwealth Government Arts Agency helping to build industry sustainability through private sector engagement.