You’re excited about your project but still need money to put it into practice? That’s a good start right there for fundraising. The basic principle is the same whether you’re looking for sponsorship, donations or grants from foundations – you need to get other people as excited about your project as you are and show them what an impact it can achieve. Jacqueline Plum provides an introduction to fundraising for cultural institutions and artists and uses examples to demonstrate how you can get financial support for your project. Which instrument fits my project? How do I approach sponsors and what should I be aware of? This talk provides an overview and gives some useful tips.
For further questions and information please contact Jacqueline Plum, info(at)konzeptkompetenz.de.
Jacqueline Plum is a freelancer with konzeptkompetenz.de and advises non-profit organisations on the topics of communication and fundraising. She has a doctorate in History and gained her diploma in fundraising management from the Zurich University of Allied Sciences in Winterthur in 2009. She was head of fundraising at Burghof Lörrach GmbH and the Stimmenfestival (Voices Festival) for seven years. Until 2019 she was Deputy General Manager of RegioBasiliensis, a Swiss association for tri-national co-operation in Basle, where she was in charge of communication and membership affairs. From 1995 to 2006 she worked for the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin and Bonn.