Sponsors

These companies have worked with many different organisations and thus can share a lot of experience. Talk to them about how they can hep you succeed over the course of the event or hear what they can do for you during the Speed Pitching.

Engaging Networks

Engaging Networks has been supporting the eCampaigning Forum since the very first one in 2002. It was a natural partnership not only because of the chemistry between Graham and Duane (then at Oxfam), but because Engaging Networks provides the tools needed by campaigners, fundraisers and digital communicators in the community to help turn their plans into reality online.

Engaging Networks offers a sophisticated and reliable Internet software to help nonprofits with their online advocacy, fundraising, email, community growth, and data management. Our platform is used to support millions of online transactions every year by many of the world’s best-known charities.

 

Care2

Care2 is an online community of people coming together for the greater good. Since 1998 we’ve found and activated the people who care, and by connecting charities through campaigns to our audience, we help them build their communities too.

Care2 UK clients include Greenpeace UK, Compassion In world Farming, Guidedogs, Living Streets, Actionaid, Mencap, Dignity In Dying, Shelter UK, PETA, WaterAid UK and more.

Come and have a chat to find out more about how Care2 works, our services we offer, and what we’ve recently been up to in Europe.

Bios

RhiannanfaceRhiannan Sullivan is the UK Director of Care2 and works with charities to help grow their online advocacy and fundraising programmes. She helps organisations to recruit passionate new supporters and new donor prospects from Care2’s engaged members. Over the past 2 years she has worked with many UK charities helping them grow their supporter files and new donor prospect lists and also helping them convert their new Care2 supporters into regular givers using multi-channel strategies.

bethfaceBeth Granter works at Care2 as a Campaigner in the UK. She has previously worked as a social media consultant and digital producer, specialising in non-profit campaigning, advocacy and also data. Her past clients have included RSPCA, Compassion in World Farming, WWF and Mind.

Campaign Film

Photos of Andy DaviesCampaignfilm is run by Andy Davies and is producing the multi-camera recording in the O’Reilly Theatre at this year’s conference  – give him and his team a wave :-).

Andy is an award winning film maker and has attracted praise from industry professionals – including the director of ‘Bend it Like Beckham’ – for his narrative short ‘I asked my Dad where Water comes from‘. He has travelled extensively in Africa and India producing documentaries for NGOs and charities.

Andy would love to talk to you about film and video, especially how you could use specially written drama or short form fiction to communicate your campaign messages this year; as well as all your other ideas for creating plenty of video content that keeps supporters engaged but doesn’t break the budget!

Come to the Speedpitching on Wednesday at 6:30pm to find out more.

Contact Andy face-to-face or via:
WhatsApp using +447835516294
Skype: andydavies.campaignfilm
Twitter: @campaignfilm
Mobile: +447835516294
Email: Andrew@campaignfilm.com

more onion

Who we are

More onion is a digital agency helping non-profits all over the world with strategy, creative work and technology. Our team is based in Vienna and London and helps make a real impact, far beyond clicktivism.

Florian

Photo of Florian EngelFlorian is founder and visionary of more onion, bubbling with ideas and will always have a suggestion how to further optimise whatever website you show him 😉 He has been part of the ECF community for many years just as much as the ECF community feedback has been part of the various products more onion has created in the past few years.

Need an ice-breaker? Talk to Florian about “logCRM”, UX, coffee, why tactics really shouldn’t come before strategy or if you just want to rant about something Florian’s your man

Lorena

Photo of Lorena Mazuré LoosLorena is the more onion project manager, who will always try to find the best solutions for more onion’s clients and her tech team. Aside from being a foodie with a (temporary) histamine intolerance she’s also passionate about environmentalism and social change.

Need an ice breaker? Lorena loves to talk about agile project management, transparent communication, webforms, tango argentino (or salsa, whichever) and baking yummy sweet stuff.

What others say

Want a second opinion on more onion? Over time we’ve worked with a quite a few organizations present at ECF this year. Feel free to ask them about the work we did and their opinion of us:

  • Dignity in Dying
  • Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland
  • War Child UK
  • Care2
  • Engaging Networks
  • FairSay

Research, reports, blogposts, opinions and other stuff

More onion has been organising the European offshoot of ECF in Austria each autumn for the past four years. ECF Europe, as we call it, is a bit smaller than its big brother in Oxford, so it’s easy for everyone to get to know each other well and learn and exchange tips throughout the event, with more of a ‘retreat’ feel.

 

FairSay

FairSay is run by Duane Raymond – the ECF event and community founder, organiser and host. Besides ECF events, FairSay also offers public and in-house trainings/workshops, strategy advice, best practice review, e-campaigning performance analysis, project management, hands-on support and mentoring.

Time to Talk?

DuaneRaymond

Warning: he has a beard now!

Duane would love to talk with you about what type of advice and support you might need in your campaigning and what/if FairSay might provide that.

Duane has extensive experience with campaigning, digital, working with NGOs, multi-linugal campaign, building communities, internal change management, and much more. He is approachable and always willing to share what he know and learn from others. Maybe its time to talk?

    Contact Duane face-to-face or via:

  • WhatsApp using +447773303211 (best while at ECF)
  • Skype: fairsay
  • Twitter: fairsay (likely buried in volume around event)
  • Mobile: +447773303211 (frequently blocked by venue’s thick walls)
  • Email: duane@fairsay.com (likely overloaded)