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Launch of The PLATFORM – ShoNet’s Fundraising Method

Register for the launch eventMy friends at ShoNet have announced the launch of their Fundraising method The PLATFORM, which has helped voluntary sector organisations raise over £4 million.

The PLATFORM combines the importance of building key relationships and fundraising tools to achieve an organisation’s goals. The guest speaker at the launch event on 20th March is Stephen O’Brien, past Chair of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Appeal, who will provide practical steps on gaining access to Trustees’ personal networks while highlighting the pitfalls to avoid.  This will be followed by a networking and drinks reception.

The launch event takes place on 20th March 2012 at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Townhall Approach Road, N15 4RX. Time: 4:30pm – 6:30 pm and you can register for a FREE place here.

Over the past 5 years, ShoNet has supported Chief Executives with fundraising responsibilities, helping them to improve their fundraising results.  The learning from these assignments has now been drawn together into The PLATFORM – ShoNet’s Fundraising Method. The PLATFORM combines the importance of building key relationships and fundraising tools, to achieve fundraising success.

With The PLATFORM users can now:

  • Gain in-depth knowledge of donors, their giving history, when reports are due, and provides answers to all the other questions that crop up from time to time
  • Proactively target donors, build key relationships and develop game-changing messages to attract supporters
  • Use software to track all interactions with donors and produce required progress reports

Contact: Faith Williams, ShoNet,; 020 8885 8136



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