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The 13th Annual EFA Skillshare takes place this month with the theme Amplifying Impact, and including EFA’s 20th anniversary celebration and Annual General Assembly.
The Skillshare takes place in Dublin, on 24 and 25 November, as an in-person event hosted by Charities Institute Ireland. The programme includes an update on the 2022 Pulse on Nonprofit Sector research, as well as sessions on Building Sustainability from Sharon Edge, CEO of The Purpose Edge and Impact Mapping from Ellis Murray of Philanthropy Ireland. Patrick Gibbels of Gibbels Public Affairs will share his knowledge on Public Affairs in the EFA Context, and Jan Gregor of Coalition for Easy Giving will run a workshop session on Member Engagement.
Charlotte Rydh, EFA president commented:
“It’s wonderful to be celebrating 20 years of EFA at the Skillshare this year. We can’t wait to see everyone in Dublin where we will be offering a great programme of sessions covering everything from public affairs on a European level, to how to build fundraising communities. It’s an opportunity to learn and be inspired, but also to finally network in-person with peers from across Europe.”
While EFA’s Annual General Assembly is open to EFA member representatives only, all fundraisers and others working in the civil society sector are welcome to take part in the Skillshare, with the programme now published.
There is no registration fee for the AGA, with a fee of €250 for the 13th Annual EFA Skillshare and 20th Anniversary Dinner. This includes a packed itinerary of EFA European Tour session, a guided tour of Dublin, EFA’s 20th Anniversary Dinner on 24 November, and EFA Skillshare sessions, lunch and refreshments on 25 November.
It is also possible to join for Friday’s Skillshare sessions only, for €150, and EFA is offering a reduced rate for second or more participants for either option.
The registration deadline is 18 November 2022 and more details are available here.
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