Digital Campaigning - Fundraising & Advocacy: Dublin - 10 October 2017

Training provider: 
The Wheel
Date / time: 
10 Oct 2017 - 9:30am - 1:00pm
The Wheel, 48 Fleet Street (entrance on Parliament Row), Dublin 2
Price details: 
Member Price: 70 Euro / Non-Member Price: 120 Euro
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This workshop will equip participants with the fundamental skills to develop, implement and analyse digital advocacy and fundraising campaigns.

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Course details: 

Digital campaigning is revolutionising nonprofit advocacy and fundraising. Yet, for all the success stories and proven benefits, many charities still struggle to achieve tangible benefits in this area.

This workshop will equip participants with the fundamental skills to develop, implement and analyse digital advocacy and fundraising campaigns. Digital Campaigning

You will be introduced to:

  • the reasons to go digital with your fundraising and advocacy initiatives
  • the fundamentals of social networks
  • the concept of "virality"
  • the steps to developing a digital fundraising campaign
  • the skills needed to build an effective digital advocacy strategy
  • the means to track your campaign's impact
  • tools for digital campaigning.

The morning will also include a number of case studies and practical examples that will help you develop high-impact digital campaigns. 

Facilitator:  Gert Ackermann, Communications Coordinator, The Wheel

Gert Ackermann joined The Wheel as Communications Officer in March 2008. He studied Political Science and Journalism before cutting his teeth in the world of journalism, talk radio and book publishing.

Gert is responsible for The Wheel's communications strategy and publications and he is the editor of the sector magazine, Be The Change. Gert also works as a freelance publicist and consultant in the community & voluntary and publishing sectors.

Feedback from Previous Attendees of This Workshop:

"So much to take in from driving engagement, planning campaigns, communication, knowing your followers, donors and thinking how to get more involvement/engagement. Very insightful and excellent introductory session to Digital Campaigning." - C. Donnelly, Chronic Pain Ireland 
"I found value in a lot of the content. The section on the analysis of social networks was particularly enlightening. The emphasis on visual content was of great interest plus the mapping of contacts. There wasn't any part of the session that was unhelpful! I will certainly attend more sessions in the future!" - C. Coughlan, The Cork Deaf Association
"I was happy to discover that I have been on the right track with things I'd been trying out. I also discovered new ways of digital campaigning & other resources I can use for it." - C. Faherty, Cork Animal Care Society
"The advocacy segment was particularly relevant & helpful Understanding of the less obvious aspects of Facebook & LinkedIn Online tools." - G. Dickson, Cork YMCA/ YMCA Ireland 

Who Should Attend: 

Anyone interested in communications and marketing as it applies to the non-profit sector, including CEOs, board members, communications officers and fundraisers. Participants should have a basic knowledge of social media.

How to Register: 

Registration on the day from 9.15am.

To register for this course, simply go to the bottom of this page, select the appropriate option and click "add to cart".

Course contact details

01 454 8727

Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.