There is a growing consensus emerging about the definition and structure of how to measure and manage an organisation’s impact on society and the environment. What does this mean for fundraisers? What are the implications and opportunities for nonprofit organisations and their fundraising strategies in the future? Join Dr Col Habberton, as he covers some of the fundamentals, risks and new growth opportunities regarding impact measurement and management that are starting to bring corporations, investors, philanthropists and the interests that they serve closer together. His session will contextualise these movements and how nonprofits can, and perhaps should, adjust to the changes underway.Learning Objectives:
Presenter: Dr. Col Habberton
Colin Habberton is the Co-Founder of the Relativ Group, an impact advisory firm based in Cape Town, South Africa, that has served corporations, government departments and non-profits to enhance their resource mobilisation by leveraging their impact on the environment and society for more than 10 years. He has presented at AFP conferences in the US and Canada and a variety of international events across Europe, UK and Africa. Colin serves on the boards of a selection of social impact organisations including the Resource Alliance (UK) and is an advisor to the National Foundation of Civil Society Development in Croatia. He has earned a PhD focussed on institutional investor decision-making towards Responsible Investing and has a Masters degree in Information and Knowledge Management.