Webinar: Sport for All in a competitive fundraising environment
Regardless of whether you are using sport as a vehicle to promote social inclusion, empowering girls and women through campaigning and awareness raising, or activating community members through weekly programmes and events, all organisations working across the global Sport for All movement are navigating a precarious and competitive funding landscape.
In an economic landscape deeply impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which hit all sectors of society, this webinar offered insights on how we can make a case for Sport for All, drawing attention to the impact of Sport for All programmes and initiatives, and adapting fundraising strategies to secure a sustainable income for sport organisations.
The programme featured Rahul Bissoonauth, Director of Business Development at Oaks, who shared insights from the results of the recently published Fundraising in Sport for Development: State of the Sector Report.
His keynote was followed by a round table showcasing different perspectives and experiences from grant-making to fundraising and fostering economic empowerment, with representatives from the Swedish Postcode Foundation, Upshot, Pro Sport Development and Women Win.