Thank You!

A huge thank you to everybody who made #CSNConf19 such a huge success: Thank you to our amazing speakers, who generously shared their knowledge and expertise to enlighten and inspire us. Thank you to our wonderful sponsors, who helped make the day possible and ensured we could make the day accessible to as many fundraisers

Help us to go paperless in 2019!

For CSNNC19 we are trying to reduce our environmental impact – including reducing the amount of paper we use on conference day. Rather than printing a paper programme, this year we would like to encourage delegates to use this website to find all the information you need – including session details, speakers’ biographies and information

We are SOLD OUT!

A huge THANK YOU to everybody who has booked a ticket for CSNNC19. We are delighted to say that we are now sold out. Missed out on getting your ticket? We have now opened a waiting list, in case any more tickets become available. You can join the waiting list here.

Programme updates and registering for sessions

As we get closer to the day of the conference we will be finalising the timetable. This might mean that the timings for some sessions are subject to change. (For example, the second Stand Up to Stand Out session will now start at 2.20pm). Please keep checking back for up-to-date timings and details of newly-added

How To Create a Fundraising-Friendly Culture

We are delighted to welcome award-winning trainer Rob Woods to the conference programme. In addition to Fundraising Resilience – 3 Ways To Increase It, Rob will also be running a special session for Development Directors and those leading fundraising in their organisation, called How to…Create a Fundraising-Friendly Culture.  Spaces for this session are strictly limited, so we are asking delegates interested in joining this session to register in advance. Click

Opening Plenary speaker announced!

We are delighted to announce that Madani Younis, Creative Director at The Southbank Centre, has agreed to give our opening plenary. Madani will set the tone for the day with a wide-ranging keynote speech, exploring questions of civic responsibility in the arts: how culture and heritage can help us to claim who we are at