Multiple sessions available from Mon 12 Nov 2018 to Mon 19 Nov 2018
About the Tour
Join the strategist behind initiatives like the Soi Dog “I Didn’t Know” campaign for an insight-rich, ground-up exploration of digital fundraising in 2018.
Pareto Fundraising’s Digital Strategy Director, James Herlihy, will lead a powerful five-day, three-stop tour designed to help you embrace a fundraising future that will be defined by digital. James will be joined in each location by charities presenting insights and case studies from the latest home-grown Kiwi campaigns.
Taking in digital fundamentals and channel strategy, DM integration and lead generation and moving on through digital analytics, bequests and emerging technologies, it’s a not-to-be-missed event that will benefit everyone from the digital novice to the digital fundraising director.
When and Where
- Auckland: Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th November, St Johns Auckland
- Wellington: Thursday 15th & Friday 16th November, Life Flight, Wellington
- Christchurch: Monday 19th November, NZ Post, Christchurch
About the Speaker
James Herlihy is Pareto Fundraising’s Digital Strategy Director. He has spent more than 12 years in the non-profit digital space and is the brains behind groundbreaking digital campaigns for humans, dogs, dolphins, rights, reefs and more, as well as Pareto’s digital strategy framework.
Since starting the Pareto Fundraising digital team in 2013, James has directed digital strategy and overseen production across all digital and integrated projects. His standouts include Soi Dog’s “I Didn’t Know” campaign, which has acquired more than 100,000 donors, millions of dollars revenue and significant real-world change. James leads Pareto’s Digital Benchmarking program development, digital product development and innovation.
Prior to Pareto, in his five years at Amnesty International Australia, James developed strategy and led production for supporter engagement, digital activism, fundraising and marketing efforts. He also led a number of highly successful fundraising initiatives including the renowned ‘Radios for Burma’, ‘Dictionaries for asylum seekers’ and ‘Freedom from fences’ campaigns.
Mon 12 Nov 2018 (8:30 AM) - Tue 13 Nov 2018 (4:30 PM) Add to calendar
St John, 10 Harrison Road, Mount Wellington, Auckland, New ZealandView map
Two day workshop in Auckland over Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th November, 8:30am - 4:30pm.
Thu 15 Nov 2018 (8:30 AM) - Fri 16 Nov 2018 (4:30 PM) Add to calendar
Life Flight, 17 George Bolt Street, Rongotai, Wellington, New ZealandView map
Two day workshop in Wellington over Thursday 15th & Friday 16th November, 8:30am - 4:30pm.
Ticket to livetsream in to one day of the Wellington Speaker Tour (TBC which day). Full access to the filmed event once it is uploaded to the FINZ website.