Claire is a McNAFS and Roffey Park Institute trained Fundraising & Management Consultant and Mentor, with over two decades of experience in Fundraising Head/Director roles and Charity Senior Management.
In 2017, following a significant illness, Claire moved into Consultancy and founded Charity Well – an initiative focussed on the wellbeing of charity professionals.Her role focuses on working with organisations and individuals to improve effective management & leadership; team and organisational culture; and individual and organisational wellbeing.
May 2019, saw the launch of Charity Well’s first Fundraiser Wellbeing research project, the headline findings of which were published in Civil Society’s Fundraising Magazine.
Claire is a regular trainer for Institute of Fundraising Regions/SIGs, the Media Trust and Hospice UK, and has recently become in-demand as a conference speaker on Charity Wellbeing.
Wellbeing Challenges of Arts & Cultural Sector Fundraisers
Our recent Charity Well Fundraiser Wellbeing research gained responses and insight from over 700 fundraisers. Many of the challenges faced were the same, the whole fundraising sector over.
But, the extent to which they were experienced and the impact of those challenges had some extreme cause-related / cause-inducing bias. And the Arts & Cultural sector had some interesting context and bias in its data.
In this bonus session we will explore those specific wellbeing challenges facing arts & cultural sector fundraisers and will share some of the ways in which we can hopefully help to manage and overcome some of these.
We will also be running a specific Arts & Culture wellbeing survey to supplement the original research, which we hope will be participated in by all conference delegates. As with the original project, the results will be shared with all who take part.