The ninth annual Irish Fundraising Performance Report will be published by Sport for Business member 2Into3 this Friday in Dublin.
The report provides a detailed view of a representative sample of not-for-profit organisations and provides insight into their activities and experiences, especially in relation to fundraising.
We work closely with the team at 2Into3 in areas of club and sports fundraising and will shortly announce details of our 2019/2020 Club Roadshows taking place at different locations around the country and focusing on the things that matter most to clubs trying to be the best they can be off the field of play.
The 2019 2Into3 Report will provide analysis of the fundraising mix across the not-for-profit sector, including sport and look at the key areas where development is taking place in relation to philanthropy and other important areas.
It provides evidence of those who are doing it right and a marker for those who want to do it better on how this can be achieved.
We will carry a report form the launch on Sport for Business next week but if you would like to attend the launch or one of the regional sessions taking place in Cork, Limerick and GFalway over the following few days simlply email firstname.lastname@example.org and open up your mind to the possibilities that exist in terms of fundraising.
If you are interested in a more sport specific session, email us and we will keep you informed as to dates and locations for the 2019/2020 Sport for Business Sports Club Roadshows.
Dublin Launch, Friday 27th September at Grand Freemason lodge on Molesworth street.
Galway Roundtable Event, at Connacht Rugby Club, The Sportsground, College Rd, Galway, chaired by Karl Boyle of Connacht Rugby on Monday 30th September
Limerick launch at BDO Limerick, 103-104 O’Connell Street, Limerick on Monday 30th September.
Cork Launch at Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, Carrigrohane, Model Farm Road, Cork on Tuesday, 1st October.