International Fundraising Congress back in Durban

The IFC Pop Ups will bring the best of the International Fundraising Congress in Holland and Asia to South Africa.

FOLLOWING last year’s sell-out launch, the International Fundraising Congress (IFC) Pop Ups is back in Durban on 15 March at the Durban ICC with a fresh, new programme of fundraising inspiration and high-quality learning.

Curated by the Resource Alliance in partnership with Nedbank Private Wealth, the IFC Pop Ups will help local KZN non-profit organisations learn from some of the world’s brightest fundraising stars.

“Each IFC Pop Up is packed with energising, inspiring and enlightening video sessions, delivered by international fundraising experts. There will also be live Skype Q&A with some of the speakers, as well as a presentation by one of South Africa’s most successful fundraising teams – the Red Cross Children’s Hospital Trust,” said Sarah Scarth, the Resource Alliance’s Africa Director.

The IFC Pop Ups 2018 programme will also include sessions on major gift fundraising essentials, how philanthropy is changing in Europe and how to adapt, building a bequest programme from scratch, how to fundraise from US foundations, building a fundraising strategy in seven steps, how to use data to drive results, and more.

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The cost to attend the IFC Pop Up is R990 which includes refreshments and lunch and there is a special 20 per cent discount in celebration of World NGO Day this month. Use the promotional code NGODAY when booking. To secure your seat, visit

Contact Sarah Scarth at 021 761 4022 or email [email protected]



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