The next meeting of the INSIGHT Special Interest Group of the Institute of Fundraising will debate benchmarking fundraising performance and ask “is it a waste of time, or a crucial aid to good fundraising?”
The debate will take place at Cancer Research UK in London’s Lincoln’s In Fields on 18 March 2008 from 17.30 – 19.30.
The motion that “This house believes that benchmarking fundraising performance is a waste of time and money!” will be proposed by by Nick Mason (Amnesty International), and seconded by Nigel Magson (Talking Numbers).
It will be opposed by John Sauvé-Rodd (Datapreneurs), and seconded by Steven Dodds (DMS).
The debate chairman will be Bertie Bosrédon of Breast Cancer Care.
The event costs £10 for all individual Institute of Fundraising members, £15 for non-member charities or non-profits, and £20 for commercial organisations/suppliers. Refreshments will be included.
To attend, register by with Richard Portchmouth at firstname.lastname@example.org with full details (including Institute membership number if you have one), and he will invoice you. Payment is by cheque made out to ‘Institute of Fundraising’.
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