Launch of Giving Ireland 2022 – Analysis and Insights on Funding of the Nonprofit Sector in 2020
You are warmly invited to the launch of Giving Ireland 2022 – Analysis and Insights on Funding of the Nonprofit Sector in 2020.
This report is a collaboration between 2into3 and Philanthropy Ireland. The report was researched and compiled by TU Dublin, and is kindly supported by The Community Foundation for Ireland, Quilter Cheviot and Ecclesiastical Insurance.
Dublin: Thursday, 17 Nov at 9am (in person event only)
Cork: Wednesday, 23 Nov at 10am (in person event only)
Galway: Thursday, 24 Nov at 10am (in person event only)
Dublin: TU Dublin Grangegorman campus, St Laurences' Church, Grangegorman Lower, Dublin 7, Dublin, D07 E244. To book your seat please register here.
Cork: Republic of Work, 12 South Mall, Cork City Centre, T12 RD43. To book your seat please register here.
Galway: Portershed, Eyre Square, Galway, Galway, H91 HY51. To book your seat please register here.
The report will examine the total fundraised income from philanthropic sources in 2020, changes from 2019, the fundraising performance of the sector, the fundraising mix in 2020, the cost of fundraising by method and international comparisons. It will illustrate the real impact of COVID-19 on the sector’s funding.
The event will be a presentation of report findings followed by a panel discussion.
Joining the Dublin panel will be:
- Deirdre Garvey, CEO of The Wheel
- Jackie Harrison – Director of Philanthropy, The Community Foundation for Ireland
- Helen Martin – Chief Executive, Charities Regulator
- Charlie Lamson, Head of Fundraising, Irish Red Cross
- Anne-Marie Corry, Executive Director, TU Dublin Foundation.
Joining the Cork panel will be:
- Michael Nason, CEO, Cork University Hospital Charity
- Rachel Stevenson, Head of Fundraising, Cork Simon Community.
- James Lyons, Co-Founder, Sailing into Wellness.
All who register will receive a copy of the report following the event.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact email@example.com.
About Giving Ireland
The Giving Ireland 2022 Report gives a detailed analysis and insights on Funding of the Nonprofit Sector in 2020. The Giving Ireland Report builds a year-on-year performance insight into fundraising by the nonprofit sector in Ireland. It used a representative sample of nonprofit organisations to chart philanthropic income trends in Ireland.
Its aim is to empower nonprofits to improve decision-making, invest in giving, and fundraising strategies that gain support from key stakeholders, such as (public, colleagues, boards, regulators, politicians, and media), and reduce barriers to scale charitable and philanthropic giving.
Giving Ireland is kindly supported by The Community Foundation for Ireland, Quilter Cheviot and Ecclesiastical Insurance.
2into3 works with mission-driven organisations to build capacity, so that they can have a transformative impact on society in Ireland and the world.
About Philanthropy Ireland
Philanthropy Ireland promotes the development of Philanthropy and good giving practice in Ireland and aims to maximise the impact of giving, making real and lasting change for the benefit of our society.