If you think about fundraising and engagement, donors – existing or potential, are the first people you might think of. But could we have greater success if we first improved how we engaged our staff?
J Cromack is the CEO for Wood for Trees and one of our speakers at IoF's Transforming your Supporter Journey Conference.
Leesa Harwood is Director of Community Lifesaving and Fundraising and will be chairing IoF’s Transforming you Supporter Journey Conference on Monday 11 September.
No matter how much time, energy and money we invest, our new supporter journey always ends up the same place the old one did.
Chris Washington-Sare, of Pentatonic Marketing, looks at the challenges for the sector ahead of the Commission on Donor Experience report launch on Wednesday 5th July.
What do you call the people you work with?
John Bird, managing director at Blackbaud Europe, explores how technology is innovating the Peer-to-Peer supporter journey.
One of my sharpest memories from the first Institute of Fundraising Convention I attended in the late 90s was a plenary debate with some of the leading figures in UK fundraising.
2016 is most definitely the year of Supporter Experience. It’s been a really long time coming and it’s really good news for our donors...and ultimately our beneficiaries.
The last 10 years have been a whirlwind of technological advances that have changed the way we think about fundraising — almost on a daily basis!