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Five key themes from the Digital Fundraising Conference 2019

Five key themes from the Digital Fundraising Conference 2019

Sandra Padilla | 4 April 2019

Following last month’s Digital Fundraising Conference, Sandra Padilla – the IoF’s own Digital Manager – looks at the five key themes and learnings that she came away with.

The future of online payments

The future of online payments

Daniel Fluskey | 2 April 2019

Daniel Fluskey, our Head of Policy and External Affairs, summarises the future of online payment as the new Payment Services Directive (EU wide legislation) is due to come into force in September, following an event last month.

Digital fundraising

What the rise in digital fundraising jobs means for you

CharityJob | 6 March 2019

Last year, the number of digital fundraising jobs posted on CharityJob increased by 20%. That means more and more charities are investing in technologically-savvy employees with their finger on the digital pulse. CharityJob's Stephanie Dotto looks at what this means, and two of the digital trends you are likely to see emerge.

Five tips for using digital to increase impact, develop skills and improve sustainability

Five tips for using digital to increase impact, develop skills and improve sustainability

Guest Bloggers | 26 February 2019

Ahead of Zoe Amar’s session at the Digital Fundraising Conference next month, she has put together some top tips for how your charity should be using digital every day to achieve more.

The Payment Services Directive: What charities need to know

The Payment Services Directive: What charities need to know

Sam Boyle | 22 February 2019

This September new EU-wide legislation – Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) – is going to be implemented which will impact on online payments and donations. Every charity that takes online payments should be aware of what’s coming. Sam Boyle, Policy and Information Officer, provides an indication of what this might mean for fundraising.

Why we need to give supporters more control over their payments

Why we need to give supporters more control over their payments

Guest Bloggers | 2 July 2018

Recent years have seen a raft of new contactless and digital payment technology evolve to become fast, easy and convenient to suit today’s increasingly time-poor consumer. Adoption continues to rise and it’s clear that people are seeking out payment methods that work with their busy lives and variable finances, and this is just as true for charity supporters.

Ensuring confidence in online giving

Ensuring confidence in online giving

Stephanie Siddall | 12 June 2018

Online fundraising platforms have made an enormous difference to charity fundraising and give the public an easy and accessible way of supporting the causes they care about – particularly as an immediate response to an emergency situation.

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Virtual Events – combining fitness, fundraising and technology

Guest Bloggers | 28 November 2017

Blockbuster, speed dating and the Nokia 8210 were all things we loved. In 2004. The world has changed and digital is the future, our lives are run through smart phones and apps, and the event fundraising landscape is starting to look like that too.

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Maximising value: The business case for investing in VR

Guest Bloggers | 18 October 2017

VR, well used is a powerful tool for fundraisers and many charities have reaped the rewards, some of them unexpected. But producing VR content, either 360 degree video or interactive CGI, requires significant investment, so how can one be sure there will be a return on the initial outlay?

Fundraising Matters

Fundraising Matters: 7 non-profit experts share their secrets

Guest Bloggers | 23 August 2017

From marketing to governance and leveraging data insight, Fundraising Matters explores the way that practices throughout non-profit organisations play a part in building stronger constituent relationships, enhancing fundraising and delivering more for causes.

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