Fundraising Impact through Creativity
For campaigns that inspire through creativity
This award recognises the implementation of effective creative to drive fundraising success. Creativity in fundraising can be demonstrated through the application of powerful creative such as compelling messaging, imagery or branding to achieve strategic fundraising impact. Creativity can be expressed through various channels, including video, visual story telling and online/offline integration.
Applicable types of fundraising
Including, but not limited to:
major gifts – including capital campaigns
community fundraising – including peer-to-peer, supporter events, signature events
individual giving – including gifts in Wills, cash and regular giving
Executive summary - 30%
a) Tell us about your creative campaign. Why was it developed and what impact did it have on your fundraising success/organisational strategy?
b) Please provide a short (approx. 1-3 min) video telling us about your creative campaign – what impact did it have? This can be a simple video filmed on your phone. The quality of the production will not be considered in the judging process – it’s about the story you tell.
Creative strategy - 20%
What did you set out to achieve? What was your strategy and how was the creative developed to reflect that strategy? What insights were used to develop this creative?
Execution - 20%
How was the creative campaign executed? What resources were used? Please provide examples of the creative and how it was used across various channels.
Impact and outcomes - 30%
What was the impact of this creative campaign to your fundraising activities and organisational strategy? How was it measured? What lessons were learned?
Who can enter this category?
Organisations submitting an entry must employ at least one 2019/2020 professional member of FIA (minimum MFIA). Alternatively, the submitting organisation or consultancy must be a 2019/2020 organisational member of FIA.
Campaigns must be conducted, or partially conducted, during the last 18 months: 1 March 2018 to 31 August 2019, unless otherwise specified.
Download the submission guide for full details, terms and conditions and to plan your submission before you start.