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Why we should all learn to embrace failure in our events

Why we should all learn to embrace failure in our events

Guest Bloggers | 16 July 2018

The recent Events Fundraising Conference held in June saw charities big and small, from across the UK, grapple with the issues affecting their events.

Celebrating the fundraiser

Celebrating the fundraiser

Guest Bloggers | 11 July 2018

Working in the non-profit sector can be tough but amazing, difficult yet rewarding – all of these things and more. At Blackbaud, we’ve always been close to the outstanding efforts made by fundraisers in charities of all sizes across the country – we work with them every day and get to see on an individual basis the remarkable things they do.

Why your focus should be on millenials

Why your focus should be on millenials

Gary Kernahan | 24 May 2018

Innovation is, rightly, high on the agenda for many charities at the moment. The need for the services and support provided has never been greater but neither has the challenge of raising the funds required to provide them.

5 Predictions for Future of Fundraising

5 Predictions for Future of Fundraising

Beth Kanter | 2 February 2017

As we start a new year, it’s time to think about a new digital strategy. How can you futureproof your fundraising activity? Master trainer and social media guru, Beth Kanter, has predicted the future of fundraising. While future trends don’t always come to fruition, at Social Misfits Media we think these are a pretty safe bet.

Red ladder taller than white ladders

Think Small to Aim High

Adam Bryan | 6 October 2016

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.

Watching a live video on a tablet

Are you using the latest video trends for charity impact and engagement?

Kris Rollo | 22 August 2016

We often hear how important it is for charities to demonstrate their impact, highlight why they exist, what they do and the change that they make.