More at IDPE
10 June 2016
With the IDPE 2016 Annual Conference just around the corner, we wanted to share some of our plans for Whittlebury Hall this year.
Jo Purcell and Marc Whitmore will be at Stand 4 in the Market Place for the duration, so please pop by to say hello, or come along and take part in one of the two conference sessions at which we’ll be presenting:
The Only Way is Ethics
Monday, 11:10-11:55 (Session 1)
The biggest gifts can raise the biggest questions – for the institution, for governors, for heads, for bursars and for development directors. We will explore real-world examples and the role of the development director in working through them.
Gods and monsters: working well with governors
Tuesday, 09:35-10:20 (Session 1)
Whether we’re working on how to present plans to the outside world, feeding back where donor energy lies, or reporting how close we are to reaching the campaign target, we all work with governors across a wide range of our work as fundraisers. This roundtable will provide an opportunity to share good practice in doing so.
We’re looking forward to catching up with old friends and making new ones!
Our work with schools
Working with schools has been an integral part of More Partnership’s work for more than twenty-five years. Over this time, we’ve worked closely with Governors, Heads, Bursars, and Directors of Development from a wide variety of schools: from state to independent schools, from rural boarding schools to city day schools, from schools in the UK to international schools all over Europe and Asia.
This diversity of experience enables us to bring an unrivalled depth and breadth to every piece of work we do, and to tailor the support we provide to each client’s unique situation. For example, current and recent client work has included: getting fundraising started from scratch at Francis Holland Girls’ School, the Robert Clack School and Woldingham School; testing the feasibility of raising significant funds to enable transformational projects to happen at Highgate School, The Cheltenham Ladies’ College, The Perse School, the Stephen Perse Foundation, and TASIS – The American School in Switzerland; mapping out how to achieve a step-change in performance at Aiglon College, Magdalen College School, and Ipswich School, and supporting the transition from pre-campaign to campaign at UWC South-East Asia (Singapore), and Sevenoaks School.
Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss how we might be able to help you.