ASSIF and the Social Change School together for the development of Fundraising

The Social Change School renews and strengthens the partnership with ASSIF-Italian Fundraising Association in favour of the students of the International FRAME Master-Fundraising, Business Administration Communication and Campaigning.    

Nicola Bedogni, ASSIF Vice-President: “All together, we have to collaborate in order to facilitate the development and transmission of competences, reinforce professionalism, build new forms of professionalism, be able to put to use the resources that we have, but which often remain unused. The work of institutions like the Social Change School, contributes to this and allows ASSIF to be able to say that in Italy, the will of change and the will to innovate do exist and they are increasingly concrete. The development of partnerships like the one between the Social Change School and ASSIF, allows us not only to create the conditions of knowledge and networks for the new generations of professionals, but also to contribute to satisfying the requests of the donors and the needs of the beneficiaries of our missions. In the meantime, this increments citizens and Institutions’ awareness that fundraising is an integrative part of the Italian Welfare.”

Marco Crescenzi, President of the Social Change School, “We support ASSIF’s friends and professional networks of the sector because networking is a critical factor for professional success. ASSIF, just like ACOSVO in the UK, EUCLID network in Europe, I-SIN in Italy, AEFRE in Spain, is one of the main ‘networks’ for postgraduate students”.                                                                                                                                            

Federico Atzori, FRAME Master Coordinator adds, “Thanks to the partnership that has been consolidated today, Fundraising Management Master students will be able to join ASSIF – the fee being paid by the Social Change School. Moreover the partnership creates incredible advantages and opportunities for our ALUMNI, as well.”

A special thanks to Marco Crescenzi, Rocio Requena, Federico Atzori, Nicola Bedogni and Luciano Zanin for the strengthening of the partnership.

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