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27 May 2009 - 3rd event

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This event was held at Christian Aid on the evening of 27 May 09.

 

If you attended, or followed on line, we'd really like your feedback via this short survey.

 

Here's a list of blog posts, Flickr uploads, video links - and all sorts of other content - related to the event.  [If you've posted something, please add a link to it]:

 

Blog posts

Ross Breadmore

UK Fundraising

 

Slideshare

The collaborative slideshow

 

Flickr

Steve Bridger's slide

Just Giving's photos

Beautiful World's photos

 

Video

From @b33god

From Noonan Media live streaming (click on the four arrows on the left to see the sections of the event)

More video to follow...

 

Where and when was the event and who came?

 

Time: 5.30 - 8pm

Venue: Christian Aid, 35 Lower Marsh, Waterloo, London SE1 7RL [map].

Agenda & Format: Details here.

 

We had a maximum capacity of 65 for the event (feedback from the previous event mentioned it would be better if less crowded) and prioritised places for people who work at charities and nonprofit organisations.

 

Who signed up:

 

From charities or nonprofits [numbers capped at 55]:

  1. Jacqulyn Bell | Family Holiday Association
  2. Roger Ingle | Fauna & Flora International
  3. Richard McKeever | Community Links
  4. Sara Woodcock | VSO
  5. Claire James | Scope
  6. Louise Barker |RNIB
  7. Claire Corlett | Marie Curie Cancer Care
  8. Sarah Corrigan | Junction49, TimeBank
  9. Laura Hyde | Chain Reaction / Community Links
  10. Ian Beningfield | Meningitis Research Foundation
  11. Alex Goldstein | Dogs Trust
  12. Steve Joyce | MAG (Mines Advisory Group)
  13. Adrian Cockle | WWF / Anti-Apathy
  14. Anja ffrench  | Computer Aid International
  15. Stephen Campbell | Computer Aid International
  16. Rob Dyson Whizz-Kidz | Third Sector PR & Comms
  17. Stephanie King | Together working for Wellbeing | Twitter | Facebook 
  18. Val Stevenson | The Pavement
  19. Elly Harrowell | Paying for It (Citizenship Foundation) twitter website
  20. Leah Williams | Women's Resource Centre WRC on Twitter
  21. Robert Geddis | Citizenship Foundation twitter website
  22. Michael Grimes | Citizenship Foundation @citizenship@citizensheep
  23. Andy Williamson, Director, eDemocracy Programme, Hansard Society
  24. Damien Austin-Walker | TimeBank
  25. Patrick Daniels | YouthNet | Twitter | TheSite.org | Association of Volunteer Managers
  26. Ann-Sophie Morrissette | Rosa, the UK Fund for Women and Girls
  27. Andrew Robinson |ActionAid | twitter
  28. Gianna Goulding | Rosa, the UK Fund for Women and Girls
  29. Christina McGill, Breast Cancer Care, twitter
  30. Paul Webster - NAVCA | Me on Twitter
  31. Jacqui Darlow - Dogs Trust - Twitter
  32. Sara Ellis - Association of Medical Research Charities | Email
  33. Sam Chalk | TimeBank | twitter
  34. Krista Baumane | Demos | Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS | Twitter
  35. Fiona McLaren | Amnesty UK
  36. Rebekah Hah | Intern at Barnardo's | Twitter
  37. Tash Judd - YouthNet |Twitter |Blog
  38. Helen Williams - YouthNet | Twitter
  39. Melanie Andrews - RSPCA| Twitter| Blog
  40. ChloeClarke - RSPCA| Twitter| Blog
  41. Sarah Vickery - RSPCA
  42. Jeremy Gibson - Christian Aid
  43. Kirsty Stephenson - Child's i Foundation

 

Didn't come to the event at Christian Aid but watched the tweets:

  1. Amy Sample Ward | blog | work | twitter
  2. David Gripenstam (Arthritis ResearchCampaign) | blog | work | twitter
  3. Richard Smedley - Social Entrepreneur, Sustainable IT | Twitter | Identica | Blog | LinkedIn | Bookmarks | SmallSteps
  4. David Drury | Hill and Knowlton
  5. Howard Lake | UKFundraising | Twitter | work | blog
  6. Ben Matthews | One Voice Suffolk
  7. Ben Blankley | War Child UK
  8. Mark Barkaway | Spurgeons
  9. Chris Davies | Web Manager and e-Commerce Developer at Weldmar - Twitter IBlog
  10. Ed Walker | UCLan Students' Union | Twitter | work | blog
  11. Meredith Alexander | ActionAid | Twitter
  12. Marc Simpson
  13. Kelly Arnstein | Refugee Council twitter (Unfortunately I can't attend in person after all but will try to follow online)
  14. Steve Heyes | Founder, LearnAsOneTwitter|Website(Flight times back from Africa mean I'm not going to be able to make it. boo!)
  15. Jack Cumming - Association for International Cancer Research | Twitter
  16. Louise Brown I NCVO
  17. Stephen Troussé | Communications Officer, MVSC
  18. Nickie Wren | The Makaton Charity | email
  19. Amanda Santer | ActionAid | twitter
  20. Sian McLachlna | ActionAid | twitter1 | twitter 2
  21. Kerstin Twachtmann | ActionAid | twitter
  22. Maria Georgiou | ActionAid | email
  23. Teenage Cancer Trust | Twitter

 

Consultants/ agency employees/ suppliers to charities and other nonprofits interested in attending:

(Places for consultants, agencies or other suppliers to charities were made available based on contribution to the event (i.e. group facilitators, sponsors))

 

Confirmed places:

  1. Jonathan Waddingham - organiser, sponsor, setting up, facilitating a group
  2. Rachel Beer - organiser, setting up, faciliating a group
  3. Steve Bridger - faciliating a groupThe lurgy :(
  4. Ben Matthews - facilitating a group
  5. PaulHenderson - roving reporter for live radio broadcast
  6. Anke Holst -running the NFPtweetup Twitter account on the evening
  7. Adam Waller - organiser, official event photographer
  8. Simon Frank - organiser, official event video
  9. David Wilcox - socialreporter
  10. CarolineDampier - organiser
  11. Brian Noonan - live video streaming

 

With thanks to the following people for their help and support:

 

Claire James, Amy Sample Ward, Rebekah Hah, Alex and Jacqui from Dogs Trust, Leah Williams from Women's Resource Centre and the many, many other people that contributed slides, tweeted to help us crowd source them, came to the event and took part online.

 

To be confirmed:

Please do not add your name to this list now, as we are already at capacity!

  1. Ben Akin-Smith
  2. Gill Arnold
  3. Emma Corry | Each One Counts - EachOneCounts |Twitter|Facebook
  4. Anna Carlson | Social Media Consultant - NixonMcInnes | Twitter | NM profile
  5. Matt Matheson | Project Manager - NixonMcInnes | Twitter | NM profile
  6. Natasha Roe, third sector communications consultant - RedPencilProjects | Twitter| LinkedIn | Justgiving | Network2012
  7. Paul Sage, MD Click4Causes.co.uk
  8. Fiona Craig, VMAConsultant
  9. Ali Moores, VMAConsultant
  10. Steve Winton |Developer - NixonMcInnes | Twitter | NM profile
  11. Edd Parris |Developer - NixonMcInnes | Twitter | NM profile
  12. Ross Breadmore | Social Media Consultant - NixonMcInnes | Twitter

 

Comments (5)

Rob Permeable said

at 12:00 pm on Apr 6, 2009

Want to come please :)

facebook Third Sector PR and Comms network, CharityComms, Whizz-Kidz

Natasha Roe said

at 7:16 pm on Apr 29, 2009

This looks like a great event. Currently working with The Reading Agency on setting up their Twitter pages. Would love to share others experiences / thoughts.... Fingers crossed!

Gloria Charles said

at 10:58 am on May 27, 2009

I'm really sorry that I can't attend this evening I have to be on hand for family stuff. Will follow online.

Krista Baumane said

at 12:03 pm on May 27, 2009

How come that the participants list suddenly shrunk to only 20? Am I missing smth?

Rachel Beer said

at 12:49 pm on May 27, 2009

Someone made a mistake and deleted everything on the page below name 18. We are adding everyone back on now!

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