Fundable yet Faithful – a one day fundraising conference for Christian Organisations & Churches

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Action Planning, a leading consultancy to the Not For Profit sector is offering Christian Organisations and Churches a one-day fundraising conference on Wednesday 16th October 2013

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Fundable yet Faithful

A great opportunity for Christian charities and churches to share experiences, explore best practice, and work out how to fund their work in a sustainable way.

This event is taking place on Wednesday 16th October at the St Mary’s Church, Bryanston Square, London and will help delegates explore a range of practical and theological solutions to their fundraising challenges including how to manage and communicate their Christian distinctiveness.

More than 20 speakers will be contributing this event which comprises a morning programme with a mix of thought-provoking speakers and plenary debate followed by streams after lunch designed exclusively for churches and charities.

The whole programme will provide invaluable strategic insights as well as an array of practical fundraising and marketing ideas that can be taken back to any church or organisation and implemented straight away.

David Saint, Chairman of Action Planning said "fundraising for Christian causes seems to fall into two extremes - some organisations that are experiencing strong growth and great loyalty from their donors, and others that are finding it harder and harder to fundraise in an increasingly 'secular' environment. This conference is a great opportunity for Christian charities and churches to share experiences, explore best practice, and work out how to fund their work in a sustainable way."

Follow the conversation and find out more information about Fundable yet Faithful, including details of the programme and confirmed speakers at http://www.actionplanning.co.uk/christian2013
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