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iDonate Autumn webinar: Maximising Corporate Partner Engagement

Join iDonate on 28th September for their Autumn webinar

Register now for iDonate’s Autumn webinar on ‘Maximising Corporate Partner Engagement’

This webinar will explore how causes can build a successful partnership with their corporate supporters and maintain engagement throughout the partnership, helping them to raise more.

Joining the panel discussion will be Justin McDermott, Fundraising Manager at Jigsaw – The National Centre for Youth Mental Health and Adrienne Daly, Head of Social Impact at Deloitte Ireland.

With over 21 years experience in fundraising, Justin brings to the panel his expertise in building successful partnerships with some of Ireland’s best known companies including Lidl, Three, MSD and Starbucks. As Head of Social Impact for Deloitte, Adrienne will provide insight into the responsibilities and priorities of a CSR Manager, and provide an overview of Deloitte’s extremely successful One Good Turn Campaign, which is currently running on iDonate for a third year.

Topics will include:

  • Common challenges to maintaining engagement throughout charity-corporate partnerships  – particularly longterm partnerships – and how to overcome these challenges on both sides
  • The value of developing a clear, long-term strategy for fundraising activity 
  • How to keep fundraising ‘fresh’ and the tools that can help companies to be creative
  • The importance of communication between both parties and the key areas for communication
  • Resources available to help companies to make the most of their charity partnerships.

The webinar takes place on Thursday September 28th at 11am via Microsoft Teams and you can register now via the link below.


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