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BCMA Webinar #9 - Write Your Own Fundraising Plan

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Join us on the third Tuesday of every month for insightful and informative presentations on a variety of topics, delivered by BC museum professionals and special guests.


This month: Write Your Own Fundraising Plan

Start 2018 off by developing your very own fundraising plan! Cassie Holcomb of the Bateman Foundation and the Robert Bateman Centre will touch on the critical components of a fundraising plan like targets, memberships, grants, donations and appeals, stewardship, and new revenue streams. You will leave the webinar with the tools and materials you need to build your own plan and put you on the right fundraising track for the new year.

Cassie studied biology at the University of Victoria. She took her love of science to the Centre of the Universe where she developed and delivered science programs to kids of all ages. Since then, she has been working in the non-profit sector in the areas of membership development, communications, engagement and fundraising and is currently the Manager of Engagement and Development at the Bateman Foundation. Cassie loves spending time with friends and family, cooking up a storm, and singing loudly in her car.


BCMA members can attend these webinars for free. If you are not a member, consider joining to take advantage of many of our great professional development and communications services: become a member here.

Ticket sales end 24 hours before the webinar begins.


FAQs:

Webinars, what are those?

Webinars are online presentations with a host taking participants through a video and/or PowerPoint presentations.

What level of technology do I need to be able to attend?

The BCMA uses the Zoom.us webinar platform, which requires a plug-in download. Please allow plenty of time to download (which begins automatically when you click the webinar URL). Some organizations may require IT support/approvals, so consider trying this a day or two in advance.

The BCMA webinars are best experienced with a computer, a decent Internet connection, and a set of speakers or headphones. You DO NOT need a webcam or microphone to join the webinar. Tip: make sure you are in a space where you won't be disrupted or where you won't disrupt others (if you have your speakers on).

If I don't need a webcam, how can I ask questions?

Participants can engage with the webinar by using the chat function to ask questions and add comments. The webinar host will monitor all questions and demonstrate how to use the chat function.

Are there ID requirements to enter the event?

BCMA members registering with member tickets (free) will be required to enter their member number. Member numbers and names will be cross-checked against current membership lists.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Any questions about the webinars or registration can be sent to Ben Fast, Programs & Communications Coordinator at bfast@museumsassn.bc.ca. Any advance questions for webinar presenters can also be sent to Ben and will be passed on to the presenters.

I'd rather not pay by credit card. Can you invoice me instead?

We are unable to invoice for this event. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

What's the refund policy?

Contact Ben at bfast@museumsassn.bc.ca. If cancellation is received more than 5 business days before event date, full refund is given less any EventBrite charges. If cancelled less than 5 business days before event date, refund is not given. In this case there are two options: you can either transfer your registration to someone else (see below) or, if there is a waiting list we may be able to transfer your registration to someone on this list in which case your account will be credited less any EventBrite charges.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Contact us at bfast@museumsassn.bc.ca. Your registrations can be transferred to someone else with the difference either paid or refunded. For example, if you are a Member and you transfer your registration to a Non-Member, the $10 difference would need to be paid in order for the transfer to be valid. See above for information on refunds.

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