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4 March 2010 - 6th event

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When & Where?


Date: 4 March

Time: 5.30pm - 8.30pm

Venue: Breast Cancer Care


If you attended, either in person or online, please complete our short survey so we can make the next event even better!


Sponsored by beautiful world and Just Giving, with Enable Interactive


The agenda


17:30 - 18:00      Networking

18:00 - 18:10      Introduction


Charity case studies and questions

18:10 - 18:40    UNICEF: How we helped turn Charlie Simpson into a fundraising phenomenon + discussion & questions

18:40 - 19:10    British Red Cross & Merlin: The impact of social media on fundraising for Haiti + discussion & questions

19:10 - 19:40    Whizz Kidz: Measuring our social impact + discussion & questions


News and views

19:40 - 20:10    Enable Interactive: Introduce becauseitsgood.org + your views and suggestions


20:10 - 20:20    Wrap up

20:30                 Drinks at nearby pub (optional!)


Enable Interactive launched becauseitsgood.org, a community blog for people that use digital communications within the charity sector. It has been designed as a place for people to share and develop ideas, gain insight to emerging trends, debate digital effectiveness and generally improve the way digital is used. The success of becauseitsgood.org will be based upon the willingness of its members to share and participate. The Because team showcased the website and invited attendees at the NFPtweetup to share some suggestions with them on the evening.

Comments (2)

Roger Ingle said

at 10:05 am on Jan 27, 2010

What time is the event? Presumably evening?

Rebekah Hah said

at 11:44 am on Jan 29, 2010

Yes, the event will be an evening one. It will most likely start around 5.30pm - 6.00pm, but we'll confirm that once the agenda is finalised.

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