Jun 22 2023
Lunch & Learn: So you’re new to corporate partnerships?

Find out more about what’s involved when it comes to corporate giving in the arts.

Corporate partnerships can be a hugely lucrative income stream for organisations across the arts sector, but do you know what goes into setting up the partnership in the first place? How do you sustain the relationship to your organisation’s benefit whilst also meeting the partner’s objectives? And is pro bono support all it’s cracked up to be?

Join us this lunch hour for a breakdown on corporate giving and to ask your questions to our panel of experts. This is a perfect opportunity for anyone new to fundraising in this area or wanting a refresher on the how to’s of corporate philanthropy.

 

We’re delighted to be joined by two brilliant fundraisers on our panel:

Evie Hone, Senior Corporate Partnerships Manager at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)

Having worked at RADA, the National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Shakespeare Company Evie has ten years of experience across the cultural sector. Specialising in corporate fundraising for much of her career she has worked extensively on both account management and new business, and has worked with a number of different companies including CHANEL, TikTok, and AMEX.

Monica Yam, Development Manager at University of Arts London (UAL)

Monica Yam has significant experience of corporate fundraising across the cultural sector, specialising in the visual arts for the last 10 years. Having just joined the UAL Development team, she was Senior Corporate Development Manager at Whitechapel Gallery for 10 years, and previously worked across the advertising, theatre, music, and large-scale events sectors, developing innovative brand partnerships, as well as curating cultural events programmes. 

This event is part of a partnership project with Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy, who are supporting Young Arts Fundraisers to grow and thrive through Networks Funding.

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