The workshop is part of an Erasmus+ Project “CSOs online”. CSOs are Civil Society Organisations, such as Non-Profit Organisations and Non-Governmental Organisations. “CSOs online” is a project for the development of nonprofit sector workers’ digital skills, especially in the field of online communication and fundraising, based on the exchange of experience, innovative practices and know-how in the frame of transnational partner meetings.
Since 1994, Nonprofit Information and Training Centre (NIOK) Foundation has been working on strengthening civil society in Hungary by providing support and capacity building services to CSOs, facilitating dialogue on civil society issues, while enhancing the non-profit sector links to decision makers and donors.
Czech Fundraising Center
The Czech Fundraising Center is a leading non-profit in resource mobilization and civil society leadership development serving the CEE region and other countries in transition.
Association for Community Relations
Association for Community Relations (Asociatia pentru Relatii Comunitare, in Romanian, ARC) was established in 2001 and has at first served NGOs interested in fundraising from individuals and companies and for profit organizations interested in giving resources for social change.
Good Network Foundation
The Good Network Foundation (GNF) was founded in 2009 by the Academy for the Development of Philanthropy in Poland, one of the most experienced non-governmental organization in Poland.
The Institute for Communication in Social Media (ikosom) investigates the use of social media in Germany and in Europe. It is a privately owned research institute which partners with public sector organisations, NGOs, foundations and universities.
The workshop language is English.
The workshop will take place at Riesa Efau – a cultural center in Dresden. ikosom has chosen Dresden to as the place for this workshop because of its long tradition as a center of liberalism, multiculturalism and cross-border networks.
Riesa Efau is a cultural center in the heart of Dresden. It offers artists and creatives the possibility to display their works and it interacts with the community around the venue through workshops and events.
Media Partner – Fundraiser Magazin
The Fundraiser Magazin is the leading German Publication in the field of Fundraising, both offline and online. The Fundraiser-Magazin was created in 2006 by Matthias Daberstiel, Daniela Münster and Udo Lehner.
Network Partner – Kreatives Sachsen
Kreatives Sachsen – the Center for Cultural and Creative Industries Saxony improves the conditions for successful creative work. It provides consulting and support to companies, freelancers, institutions, associations, networks and municipalities.
Monday, 6th November 2017:
10:00: Welcome and Introduction
10.15: Update on Project Progress (Niok)
10:30: Donation-based Platforms in Germany
10:50: Donation-based Platforms in Poland
11:10: Donation-based Platforms in Czech Republic
11:30: Coffee Break
11:45: Donation-based Platforms in Hungary
12:15: Donation-based Platforms in Romania
13:00 Lunch Break
14:30: Crowdfunding Campaign Best Practices: Germany
15:00: Crowdfunding Campaign Best Practices: Poland
15:30: Coffee Break
15:45: Crowdfunding Campaign Best Practices: Hungary
Tuesday, 7th November 2017
10:15: Crowdfunding Campaign Best Practices in the Czech Republic
10:45: Cross-Border Fundraising in Romania
11:15: Coffee Break
11:30: Summary of Best Practices
12:00: Discussion: How much of Fundraising is Cross-Border?
12:30: Lunch Break
13:30: CSOS Fundraising Guide Book – Working on the Structure and Content
14:30: Conclusion and Wrap-Up
15:00: Workshop ends