How the FPS will work in practice - with Syrenis and the Regulator, 15th June 2017

Type: News
Author: Daisy Houghton, FR and Nicky Watson, Syrenis
Category: Data Protection, Data
Event: T3T Plus Meeting with the Fundraising Regulator and Syrenis on FPS

Daisy Houghton of the Fundraising Regulator and Nicky Watson of Syrenis presented on the implementation of the Fundraising Preference Service.

This was a practical session to support charities in preparing for the launch of this service on 6th July 2017. Slides are available here, session summary here and video is available here. The slides shown in this video are not to be considered finished versions of the screens which will be used in the final preference platform in July. 

 

 


Digital Thinking - Human Decisions

Type: PDF
Author: Mags Rivett (Purple Vision); Matthew Warnock-Parkes (DEC)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

Mags Rivett and Matthew Warnock-Parkes presented to Conference 2017 on how to look differently at multiple data sources and how to get to the data driving fundraising ambitions. Using the case study of DEC's experience of fundraising with fragmented data sources, the presentation looked at the changing trends in fundraising channels and how tech can help with similar unique challenges.


How to make friends and influence people in project management

Type: PDF
Author: Dawn Varley (FPM Dingo)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

Presenting in the Speaking Each Other's Language stream at Conference 2017, Dawn Varley talked  on the importance of the people involved in projects and how you can manage people to ensure project success. The session demonstrated where to start a project, how to know when you've finished and how to make sure you get there in one piece.


Channelling the Babel Fish

Type: PDF
Author: Wendy Halley (Save the Children); Bulet Yazici (DutySheet)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

Wendy Halley of Save the Children and Bulent Yazici of Duty Sheet presented in the Speaking Each Other's Language stream at Conference 2017 on the development of a new volunteer management system  at Save the Children and the challenges in facilitating businss stakeholders and developers to work together.


Putting Supporters at the heart of the donation journey: How Alzheimer's Society transformed its online giving experience

Type: PDF
Author: Emily Sturdy (Alzheimer's Society); Vicky Reeves (Digital Addition by WPN Chameleon)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017, Website, Social media, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

In this session to conference 2017 in the Speaking Each Other's Language Stream, Emily and Vicky demonstrated how the charity engaged both internal and external stakeholders in a user centred design process and how the business decisions influenced the donation flow and how the digital product was created.


Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges, Growing Together

Type: PDF
Author: Rachel Vincent (Christian Aid), Clare Bamberger (BISI)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

In this presentation to conference 2017 in the Speaking Each Other's Language stream, Rachel and Clare demonstrated how they optimised the use of technology by facilitating communication and bringing end users together with CRM technicians. The communication helped to increase understanding between users and set the scene for the future digital transformation at Christian Aid and their next CRM implementation.


Decentralising Campaigns with Social Ambassadors: the Definition of Digital Fundraising

Type: PDF
Author: Jonathan May (Hubbub)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017, Social media
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

Crowdfunding, giving days and viral social media campaigns are all based on the same key principle: - the secret of successful digital fundraising. In his presentation to Conference 2017 in the New Fundraising: New Tech stream, Jonathan May described how the goal of digital campaigns is to decentralise them, thereby increasing the personalisation of the message and how it is shared.


Raffles and Lotteries - and GDPR?

Type: PDF
Author: Simon Rydings (Capen)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

Simon Rydings’ presentation to the New Fundraising: new Tech stream at Conference 2017 highlighted the new fundraising opportunities from the platform Zaffo, being used to create online raffles, sell tickets and manage campaigns; and how the platform is working with GDPR specialists to develop Kite Mark assurance ahead of May 2018. 


Mobiles are ubiquitous but show me the money: Using mobiles to raise 17 x more at dinners and talks

Type: PDF
Author: William Makower (Donate)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017, Mobile
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

William Makower's presentation to Conference in the New Fundraising New Tech stream explored the unique benefits of Donate (www.nationalfundingscheme.org) and how it has increased fundraising income and taken mobile giving to the next level; presenting opportunities to raise more cash, increase Gift aid opportunities and collect opted in donor data.


Implementing a new data protection, privacy and consent landscape at Victim Support

Type: PDF
Author: Steve Owen (Victim Support); Nick Swain (Zorva Consulting)
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017, Data Protection
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2017

In this presentation to conference Steve Owen and Nick Swain  demonstrated how Victim Support approached the challenges of GDPR, PECR, FPS and DPA in the context of complying with the legislation and providing supporters with a transparent and honest experience.  How the charity made this approach the new business as usual and the technology used to support these changes.


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