Posts by our guest bloggers...
Deanna Wolf explains why her fundraising practice is similar to her cooking - flexible and creative - ahead of her session at the Trusts Fundraising Conference 2019.
Stuart Adams, a solicitor at Mishcon de Reya LLP, explains why those in his profession are not the “enemies” of legacy giving they have been made out to be, and says that the role played by solicitors should be recognised.
Ahead of next week’s Major Donor Fundraising Conference and the session he is chairing on donor cultivation and stewardship, Mike Bartlett from Money Tree Fundraising highlights the three key themes that major donors are looking for before donating.
Nicola Sinclair attended the Individual Giving Conference and reported back on the messages and advice that she picked up.
Hayley Kenward MInstF(Cert), who graduated from the Certificate in Fundraising last month, answers questions on why she decided to undertake the qualification, the skills and knowledge that she learned from it, and explains how it helped her find her dream job.
To mark International Volunteer Day, Jamie McIntosh reflects on how he's benefited from volunteering at the IoF - and more widely.
Richard Radcliffe looks at the possible “enemies” of a legacy fundraising campaign, and how fundraisers can overcome these barriers – as well as revealing the results of a poll he conducted at the IoF Legacy Conference 2018 on threats to legacies.
Charities need to embrace online in producing content that audiences will engage with. Kingston Smith’s Creative Vision Award, now in its fourth year, provides the opportunity for them to do just that, says Edwina Kesner.
Polly Neate, Chief Executive of Shelter, explains why Shelter’s Executive Leadership Team and Trustees have been out fundraising, and why that doesn’t just mean meeting major donors and senior corporate partners.
Debbie Geraghty, Executive Director of Plymouth Music Zone, explains how doing a fundraising course led her down some unexpected paths...