Posts by our guest bloggers...
Ah, regular giving – the holy grail of fundraising. Here at Pebblebeach Fundraising, we’ve been working with lots of charities to promote the value of regular giving to their supporters over the years.
I am a Scottish Fundraising Conference superfan. There you go, I admit it. As long as I’ve been a fundraiser the conference has always been a date in my diary to look forward to. A couple of days away from my desk with a chance to refocus, gain new ideas and reaffirm that what I’ve been doing is on the right track.
With the changed fundraising environment, many charities priorities and focus have shifted toward managing donor data. Howard Lake explores...
Stephen Pidgeon takes a look at the coming year and what he believes will be the key considerations for charities and communications...
What do you call the people you work with?
Faith groups are large bodies of people from different backgrounds that share common principles. One of them being the act of charity, a concept woven into the fabric of all the major religions.
As a starting point, some context about trustees and the recent fundraising issues may be useful. Put simply, governance of charities is now under the spotlight. A series of failures by a handful of charities has given the sector a fairly bad reputation.
As the end of the year approaches and the giving season ramps up, donors find themselves giving more to their favourite charities.
John Bird, managing director at Blackbaud Europe, explores how technology is innovating the Peer-to-Peer supporter journey.
I am proud to serve as a Trustee in two organisations – Oxfam GB, one the UK's largest and best known charities, and Galapagos Conservation Trust (GCT), a significantly smaller charity with a very specific focus.