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Corporations are emerging an important and exciting donor in the 21st Century. This is more so in the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) era where they are considered as critical partners. They have been at the forefront of fighting Covid through initiatives such as the Covid-19 Fund in Kenya. In reality, corporations are different from the donors that we are used to. For example, they hate large proposals and will often be interested in what is in it for them even where they do not admit it. In short, they are a different kettle of fish from the traditional donors. Join us for the April Coffee Talk, this session will take you through the ABC’s of exploiting opportunities from corporations in this Covid-19 era. It is one session that will leave you yearning for more.
Coffee Talk are interactive monthly meetings giving you the opportunity to be inspired, inject new ideas to your cause and profession and offer you inspirational experiences to successfully achieve your ideal goals. The meetings are attended by members of the association and individuals with interests in resource mobilization who are committed to change and development in their communities. Kenya Association of Fundraising Professionals is a not- for- profit voluntary membership association that serves as an umbrella organization for fundraisers. Our main purpose is “to encourage individuals and organisations involved in fundraising and resource mobilisation to adopt and promote high standards of ethical practice and inject professionalism”.
About the Speaker: Mrs. Wariko Waita is currently the Head of Program Communications at the Mastercard Foundation overseeing storytelling across Africa with a focus on skilling young people, in particular young women, for work. She works closely with the expansive Scholars Program to steward and document stories of success. She previously worked as the lead Philanthropy and Partnerships Africa, Amnesty International London. Prior, she was the Director-External Relations and Resource Mobilization for the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) a recognized Super Brand in East Africa where she coordinated external relations and resource mobilization for the group. Her work in development and philanthropy was honed at World Neighbors where she worked both as Kenya Country Director and later in the USA as part of the fundraising team
“Full participation in Coffee Talk Season 17: Exploiting Funding Opportunities in the Global Pandemic (Covid-19) Era is applicable for 12.00 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.”
Event Organiser Kenya Association of Fundraising Professionals www.fundraisingkenya.org @Fundraising_KE
Topic: Broadening the Net: Working With Corporations
Speaker: Wariko Waita, Mastercard Foundation
Date: Friday, 30th April 2021, Via zoom App Time: 10:00am – 11:30am (EAT), (GMT+3:00) Via zoom App
Charges: Members (in good standing only) Ksh 750/= Charges: Non Members: Ksh 1000/=
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The Coffee Talk Program will run as follows:-
10:00am admit participants/welcome
10:10am guest speaker introduction
10:15am session Begins
11:00am question and answer
11:30am close/vote of thanks
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