Managing Consultant, Compton Fundraising

Anthony leads Compton Fundraising Consultant’s team at Royal Trinity Hospice in Clapham. He is responsible for raising over £5 million a year from the Hospice’s Central and South West London community across a full range of income streams.

Anthony’s early career was in personal and corporate banking with Westpac in New Zealand, Australia and the UK. As a Relationship Manager, Business Development Manager and Head of Migrant and Expatriate Banking, Anthony worked with corporates and high net worth individuals. His role included involvement in the banking group’s award-winning global CSR programme.

From there, Anthony went on to work with The British Lung Foundation, creating new revenue streams and corporate partnerships.  He then spent three years as the National Partnerships Manager for St John Ambulance where he secured new corporate partnerships, significant trust and statutory funding and developed new income streams with a brand license programme and other alternative income streams.

Anthony is a key member of Compton’s Senior Leadership Team.

Anthony will present 'Community Fundraising for Hospices' on day two of our conference (Friday 21 October).

In this session, Anthony will define what “community” means for hospice fundraising and review how our communities can be broken down into different layers of relationships, interest and potential support through catchment area networks.

The presentation will highlight how the majority of our hospices were established and developed by leaders of influence and social networks in our grassroots communities, and how social capital, relationships and fundraising lies at the heart of the hospice movement.

Anthony will review the principles of successful community-based fundraising for hospices, the core messages for successful fundraising, where prospective donors can be found and how best to approach them and build community ownership of our hospices - even as we face a cost of living crisis and a looming recession.

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