Prepared and presented by Ebru Tiftikcioğlu, the video series titled "fundamental development fundamentals" provides basic information on almost all issues that are important in resource management of an NGO.
I started Fundraising in 1997 at Greenpeace Mediterranean. In my fifth year, I was the Resource Development Director of Greenpeace Mediterranean, which includes the countries of Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, and Malta. I am the person who started the face-to-face project in Turkey.
Afterward, I conducted fundraising pilot projects for Amnesty International in many countries such as Portugal, Poland, Chile, Israel, and Greece. In 2008-2009, I was the International Relations and Funds Manager of the 11th Istanbul Biennial at the İKSV Biennial Department. In 2011-2012, I started the fundraising efforts of Amnesty Turkey. In addition to working for many international NGOs such as Unicef, WWF, I have mentored and coached many NGOs, and I still do.
I took part in the six semesters between 2013 and 2020 of the 8-week Resource Development Certificate Program organized by the Fundraising School in cooperation with the Resource Alliance Fundraising School, and I provided training on Supporter Relations and Performance Measurement as well as Strategy Module Leadership.
While my primary interests are ecology and the women's movement, I am pleased to be involved in any work carried out to live in a better environment and society.
Name of the training: Framework and Key Points of Fundraising
Name of the training: Brief Introduction of Individual and Institutional Fundraising Tools
Name of the training: Supporter Relationships and the Importance of Database in Fundraising