Those of you who know me well will know that as well as being passionate about social causes, I’m also a bit of a Londonphile: having lived here for many years, worked in the City and for the Mayor, and having led two London-wide charities.
Keep Wales Tidy have become the first charity to develop a new fundraising strategy as part of IoF Cymru's Fundraising Health Check and Executive Coaching project.
A fundraising strategy is one of several planning documents that can help an organisation to maximise their resources and achieve their charitable purposes.
Marketing automation is a simple tool that significantly improves the way brands (charitable or commercial) engage with their customers, supporters, staff, and in essence, all other internal and external stakeholders.
Recently you may have seen a New Philanthropy Capital report which said people in the UK with wealth over £1m gave a total of approximately £1.3bn a year to charity.
In one of my early experiences of developing a fundraising strategy for an organisation, my boss included in the template a series of definitions: strategy vs tactics vs business plan, etc.
How do you tackle the challenges of static major gift income in a multinational organisation? James Webb, Head of Major Gifts at Oxfam reflects on his own experiences...
With TV being a popular medium for marketing, it’s important that marketers understand it and are not misguided by misconceptions in their TV campaigns.
Fundraisers are passionate by nature. We have to be. We know that our ability to convince, and clearly present a coherent vision helps our organisations’ survive in an increasingly competitive industry. The money we raise funds projects that make a real difference to people’s lives.
Over the past few years I've worked with hundreds of groups and individuals, I’ve helped them to build their confidence, to seek out the right fit in terms of sources of funding, to turn doubts into concepts, ideas into projects, and projects into sustainable services.