Starting two years ago two groups of senior leaders in animal welfare fundraising in the USA, Canada,
Australia, New Zealand, UK and Ireland came together to share experience and expertise.
We saw tremendous value in building this connection and saw opportunities for even greater benefits.
For these beginnings came the idea of a global summit,
so that our team members and other SPCAs and Humane Societies could also share with and learn from their peers.
Together, we represent thousands of years of experience –
just think of how many more animals we can help when we harness that collective wisdom!
Who should attend the Summit?
Everybody who fundraises for animal welfare should attend!
- Sessions will showcase directly applicable successful and innovative fundraising practices within the animal welfare movement.
- The Summit is designed to facilitate dialogue with fundraising peers internationally with networking sessions by area. Attendees will leave with an international network of peers in their fundraising area to share innovations, best practices and solutions.
- Pricing and complimentary registrations are intended to make it easier for leaders to sign up their entire team.
There will be up to 18 sessions over 7.5 hours held in the Agents of Good Room, One&All Room & Edge Web Apps Room. Specific day/time for sessions to come. Check out the schedule to plan which sessions you’ll attend.
Birds of a feather networking sessions by fundraising area will be hosted in the Strategic Communications Lounge.
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3|
|UK & Europe (GMT)||March 9th 20:30-23:00||March 10th 20:30-23:00||March 11th 20:30-23:00|
|North America (PST)||March 9th
12:30 to 15:00
|March 10th 12:30 to 15:00||March 11th 12:30 to 15:00|
|Australasia (AEST)||March 10th 6:30-9:00||March 11th 6:30-9:00||March 12th 6:30-9:00|
A Donor Centred Approach to Gifts in Wills Fundraising (case study): RSPCA Australia’s ‘Better World’ Campaign (including ‘Home Ever After’ pet legacy program).
Kate Hoelter (RSPCA Victoria) and Helen Trussler (RSPCA NSW)
Adapting digital fundraising tools to meet the challenges of COVID 19
Bri MacBain (Edge Web Apps)
Best Motivators for animal loving donors (original research)
Dr. Jen Shang (Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy)
Content Warriors – How to Find Them, Utilise Them and Engage Them
Kylie Scarr (RSPCA NSW)
Donor Behavior Analysis in Animal Welfare for 2020 Giving
Alexa Langford (One&All) + TBD
Future Gazing – Opportunities & Threats for Animal Fundraising Across 4 Countries (Panel)
Brian Daugherty (San Diego Humane Society), Dominique Leeming (SPCA New Zealand), Kristy Blake (RSPCA NSW) & Shoni Field (BC SPCA)
Learning, Adapting and Looking Forward to Post-Pandemic Peer-to-Peer (Panel)
Moderator: Tess Repenning (BC SPCA) with Amanda Glann (Lollypop Farm), Sophie Smithers (BC SPCA) & Stephanie Kittrell (Oregon Humane Society)
Medical Emergency – How a GoFundMe-style campaign for animals became a top acquisition tool
Charly Jarrett (BC SPCA)
Why Access to Pet Resources is a Social Justice Issue
Aleah Simpson (Pets for Life at The Humane Society of the United States)
plus even more bonus sessions!
by Feb. 28th
|Register 3 & get 1 complimentary registration ($56/pp)||$225||$280|
|Register 5 & get 3 complimentary registrations ($47/pp)||$375||$450|
|Register 9 & get 6 complimentary registrations ($45/pp)||$675||$840|
|Teams of 16-19 (includes up to 9 complimentary registrations) ($39/pp)||$750||$950|
|Teams of 20+ (pay for 12 registrations only – all additional are complimentary).||$900||$1250|
Global Animal Welfare Fundraising Report
Presented by HJC media
How to does your SPCA or Humane Society compare to others in the sector? Are you leading the way, or are there opportunities you’ve yet to maximize? Share some key metrics to help all of us gain insight into our sector’s performance globally. Data will be amalgamated and anonymized, and benchmarks will be presented by organization size (small, medium and large) only. All participants will receive a digital copy of the final report.
Survey is now closed. Report results will be shared at the Summit!
We’re excited to announce that several sponsors are generously offering bursaries to help fundraisers attend the summit.
- Engaging Networks: 5 bursaries
- One&All: 2 bursaries
- Agents of Good: 2 bursaries
If you are filled with enthusiasm to find ways to help more animals but have limited, or zero, professional development budget and won’t otherwise be able to attend then apply now!
A few bursaries are still available! Apply by March 3rd. Successful applicants will be informed March 4th.