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#ReclaimSocial: How RNLI uses social media as a force for good

#ReclaimSocial: How RNLI uses social media as a force for good

Guest Bloggers | 6 February 2019

RNLI is involved with numerous partnerships, but it is the charity’s drowning prevention initiatives which have been making a splash online. RNLI’s Social Media Manager Rich Ward explains why social media is at the heart of its supporter comms, and why #ReclaimSocial is more than just a one day job.

Corporate partnerships: it’s all about the impact

Corporate partnerships: it’s all about the impact

Guest Bloggers | 29 May 2018

How do we go about building more impactful corporate charity partnerships? This was the question at the heart of the IoF Corporate Partnership Conference. Through practical examples of successful partnerships and open discussion, the speakers all highlighted the need to focus on engagement, breaking down silos and broadening conversations.

Why events like the National Fundraising Awards are a must

Why events like the National Fundraising Awards are a must

Guest Bloggers | 28 May 2018

I’ve always loved a good awards do and the National Fundraising Awards has long been a highlight on that front. When you’ve got a passion for fundraising and all that it achieves, it’s fantastic to be at an event that celebrates the best teams, campaigns and most inspirational individuals.

Proving it's possible – Autistica award win a game changer

Proving it's possible – Autistica award win a game changer

Guest Bloggers | 16 March 2018

Since Autistica won two IoF National Fundraising Awards last year, there has been a palpable sense among the team that we can achieve things that appear impossible for a charity our size – we have the proof that we can do it!

Getting the best out of corporate partnerships - and winning awards on the way

Getting the best out of corporate partnerships - and winning awards on the way

Guest Bloggers | 16 August 2017

Chief Executive of Seamab, Joanna McCreadie, gives us her rundown of their partnership with StudioLR - how mutual respect and open communication led to a surprise win at the Scottish Fundraising Awards.