Has the pandemic pushed us to change fundraising?

October 29, 2021
During this panel discussion, Kartik, Partner at KOIS explores with industry professionals if fundraising has changed, from the perspective of individual giving, governments and institutional donors to impact investment and blended finance with the private sector and civil society.

IFC Online 2021 brought the global fundraising community together virtually for three days of inspiration, learning, and sharing from October 20-22. The event programme offers a combination of structured learning, live debates, engaging conversations, and inspirational keynotes aimed at providing participants with a stimulating and exciting experience.

Kartik Desai, Partner at KOIS, Pam Takhar, fundraising consultant, Irwin Fernandez, Global Individual Giving at UNICEF and Willeke Van Rijn, international consutant, discuss the impact of the pandemic on fundraising from the perspective of individual giving, governments and institutional donors to impact investment and blended finance with the private sector and civil society. They discuss if changes have occurred in who donates, how trends are moving, how fundraising teams have had to adapt, and what leadership requirements are needed to create change and impact. An inspiring session with learnings, trends and exchanges of point of views.

Watch the whole conversation here

About The Ressource Alliance

The Resource Alliance is a charity dedicated to maximising social impact. They serve fundraisers and changemakers across the world through their online Global Community; their in-person conferences and workshops; and through their capacity building programme, Emerge. The Resource Alliance is well known as the curator of the IFC.

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