Join us for an exclusive panel discussion with industry experts to explore what charity fundraising of the future will look like.
An estimated quarter of UK charitable donations are currently made online. With an increased movement away from cash donations, how is technology enabling the third sector to adapt to a new generation of donors and what will the future of fundraising look like?
From smart benches to blockchain this panel discussion will explore how new technologies are disrupting and providing creative opportunities to encourage the public to donate.
Our panel includes Co-Founder of TAP London Polly Gilbert, CEO Raphaël Mazet of Alice, the social impact blockchain platform and smart bench company Strawberry Energy.
Wednesday 20th November 2019
6:00pm – 8:30pm
The Salvation Army International Headquarters
101 Queen Victoria Street
London EC4V 4EH
6.00-6.30pm Arrivals and networking
6.30- 7.30pm Panel discussion
7.30-7.45pm Audience Q&A
In partnership with Reliance Bank.
Reliance Bank was established in 1890 by the founder of the Salvation Army, William Booth. To this day we remain part of The Salvation Army and up to 75% of all profits made by the Bank go to support its on-going evangelical and charitable work.
Our vision, mission and values remain as important as ever in our long history: To be a distinctive, solid and safe bank with strong Christian and ethical values that delivers as part of the ‘One Mission’ of the Salvation Army by serving our customers with a bespoke approach that measures our impact in society.
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