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Nonprofit Leadership Executive Roundtable and Dinner

Fundraising Leaders - People Matters 

26th January 2023 |  6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Library Room, The Bloomsbury Hotel,  London

The recently launched 5th edition of Salesforce Nonprofit Trend Report highlights the top two challenges facing the sector: fundraising and people - fundraising leaders are at the nexus of these two elements. Events of recent years have tested the resilience of fundraising teams to an unprecedented degree in many ways, which dominated our last virtual Fundraising Leadership Assembly session.

While fundraiser ambition prevails, many teams feel overwhelmed post-furlough as leaders work to balance flexible remote working with nurturing a sense of team. Meanwhile, organisations steel themselves for another period of rising demand for services, driving fundraising & marketing transformation while also keeping traditional channels and core campaigns on track. While the sector assesses the likely impact of the cost of living crisis, the business casing is under increased scrutiny, and strategies to nurture staff well-being & financial welfare are a high priority. Despite resource constraints, the nonprofit sector is arguably demonstrating significant thought leadership in this area.

With the opportunity for FLA members to come together for the first time in person, you are invited to an Executive Dinner hosted by Nonprofit Strategic Advisor Jane Trenaman, to explore these issues with your peers in a supportive, open and collaborative environment. 

Discussion topics 

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Evolving org chart, roles & skillsets - Richard Lee, Fundraising Director at Marie Curie

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Recruitment and retention of staff - Gabriella Bailey, Associate Director of Fundraising, Parkinson's UK 

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Staff well-being/ financial welfare - Lucy Squance, Director of Supporter Led Fundraising at Alzheimer’s Research UK 

Your Host


Jane Trenaman
EMEA Nonprofit Advocacy & Fundraising CXO Strategic Industry Advisor |  Salesforce


Jane has led a varied career with two decades of experience spanning the commercial and non-profit sectors. Prior to joining the Nonprofit sector, Jane spent a decade working in market research and data insight across the automotive, design and telecoms industries, and then brought this expertise to fundraising.  Over the past decade, she has worked with several non-profits to drive CRM and fundraising strategy, in capacities as a board member, senior management team, and consultant. Her fundraising experience ranges from individual giving to corporate fundraising, specialising in supporter and donor journeys, relationship cultivation, and income generation. She has worked both with and in charities to drive change at all levels to create cultures of insight-led decision-making, cross-functional collaboration, and excellence in supporter experience.



About Salesforce

From the start, Salesforce has sought to change the world for the better through technology that builds stronger relationships. Between companies and their customers. Between employees and far-flung teams. Between governments and their citizens. Between people who want to make a difference.


About The Bloomsbury Hotel


Our stylish hotel is housed in a historic and beautifully restored Lutyens’ 1930s’ neo-Georgian building and located in London’s literary heartland, only moments from Covent Garden, Soho, Theatreland and Oxford Street. Here guests are spoiled for choice. Take the quintessentially English Dalloway Terrace, one of London’s most instagrammed restaurants, celebrated for its delicious Afternoon Tea; The Coral Room, a Brudnizki-designed ‘Grand Salon Bar’ and, the intimate Bloomsbury Club Bar, where finely crafted cocktails celebrate the colourful lives of the 1930s’ Bloomsbury Set.

Meanwhile, elegant guestrooms and sophisticated luxury suites feature contemporary décor charmingly blended with period architectural detail. Like its iconic architecture, The Bloomsbury evokes a sense of glamour – one inspired by the past yet emphatically contemporary.


How do our In-Person Roundtable Dinners work?

Our bespoke private Roundtable Dining Experiences are designed to create the perfect private intimate setting.  Engage and enjoy peer-to-peer networking with meaningful conversations. 

Expand your learning, come away inspired, and be able to tackle key projects. Identify hazards & solutions for your critical business challenges. Make useful connections with peers through exclusive networking. Hear other perspectives and challenges, and share your own experiences. Valuable conversations with fellow executives facing similar experiences.

Frequently Asked Questions:
How long does an In-Person roundtable take to complete?
Our roundtables are 3 hours 

What is the cost to attend?
There is no cost to attend.

Do I have to be a C-level executive to register? 
This is an invite-only event and for senior business leaders



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