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What I learned at the Individual Giving Conference

Guest Bloggers | 9 January 2019

Nicola Sinclair attended the Individual Giving Conference and reported back on the messages and advice that she picked up.

Automation and authenticity can go hand in hand

Automation and authenticity can go hand in hand

Guest Bloggers | 7 August 2018

All too often, automation comes at the cost of authenticity. I believe this doesn't have to be the case. Learnt through working with our charity partners in implementing well over 30 different stewardship journeys for community fundraisers, we have gathered our best tips for merging authenticity and automation.

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.

Donor experience: Are we doing it all wrong?

Donor experience: Are we doing it all wrong?

Guest Bloggers | 3 June 2018

If we look at the most commonly used phrases in our sector at the moment, I’d hazard a guess that ‘donor experience’ must come a very close second to ‘GDPR’. We’ve had the Commission on the Donor Experience, we’ve got a new IoF Donor Experience Special Interest Group setting up the Donor Experience Project, we have donor experience teams and ‘donor experience’ is appearing in more and more job descriptions.

Are you reaching this generous group?

Are you reaching this generous group?

Guest Bloggers | 26 April 2018

It’s a tough time for fundraising. A crowded sector with increased regulation, a skills shortage, cuts to traditional funding streams and countless good causes fighting for donations. These challenges come against the backdrop of economic and technological change.

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Leading the way on individual fundraising

Kylie Kitchen | 22 November 2017

Experts at the IoF Individual Giving Conference have shared their formulas for campaigns that have dramatically increased donations.

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Celebrating excellence at this year's National Fundraising Awards

Guest Bloggers | 11 July 2017

The Production Hub was once again a proud sponsor of the IoF National Fundraising Awards. The event took place on Monday 3rd July, with the aim to shine a spotlight on best practice and fundraising excellence across the sector.

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‘Tis a Gift to be…Regular

Guest Bloggers | 10 January 2017

Ah, regular giving – the holy grail of fundraising. Here at Pebblebeach Fundraising, we’ve been working with lots of charities to promote the value of regular giving to their supporters over the years.

Why Do Donors Give? Eight Ways to Communicate the Right Messages to Your Donors

Why Do Donors Give? Eight Ways to Communicate the Right Messages to Your Donors

Guest Bloggers | 16 November 2016

As the end of the year approaches and the giving season ramps up, donors find themselves giving more to their favourite charities.

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Planning for success

Guest Bloggers | 25 May 2016

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.

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