Wood for Trees to feature at IoF conference

August 22, 2017 News, News & Opinion

September 11th 2017 is the date for the Institute of Fundraisers’ one-off conference “Transforming Your Supporter Journey 2017”. Chaired by Leesa Harwood of the RNLI, one of the first charities to publicly engage with the concept of supporter consent as defined by the GDPR, the one-day conference brings together speakers from within and beyond the fundraising sector. They’ll be shareing expertise, revealing the issues that have already been encountered and offering guidance to ensure charities are fully compliant and ready to get the best possible value from the new regulations.

Wood for Trees CEO J Cromack and Consultant Analyst Andrew Sargent will be leading the session entitled ‘Crossing the Donor Consent Chasm: 10 Practical Steps to Making the Leap’. This is an essentially practical session walking delegates through 10 crucial steps that need to be in place for successful consent management. There will be do’s and dont’s from within the charity sector, and illustrations from other sectors where consent is already an established feature. Delegates will have the opportunity to talk through issues that particularly concern them and to share their own experience.

You can book your place at this all-day conference through the Institute of Fundraisers website here. There are discounts available for IoF members and for smaller charities – hope to see you there!