Proud blogs

Over the coming weeks, we will be bringing you Proud to be a Fundraiser based blogs - exploring reasons why being proud of fundraising is so very important.

Latest blog:

#proudfundraiser

- Di Flatt, Director of Fundraising at Epilepsy Action

Previous blogs:

Why I struggle to be proud to be a fundraiser

- Giles Pegram, Consultant

Pride

- Andrew Watt, President and CEO, AFP

Proud to be a fundraising trustee

- Paul Marvell, Director of Membership & Professional Development, IoF

A special meaning of fundraising and why I am proud of it

- Alan Clayton, Creative Director, Revolutionise

Don't do something you can't defend

- Matt Monfared, Development Manager, Flow Caritas

"I'm not just a fundraiser"

- Ian MacQuillin, manager, Rogare

Proud to be a fundraiser, part 2: Keeping the right donors

-Ken Burnett, partner, Revolutionise (Clayton Burnett)
Ken is one of the founding members of the IoF 

Fundraisers are difference-makers. We are right to be proud!

- Neela Jane Stansfield, Senior Manager Philanthropy Partnerships, UNICEF
Neela Jane is part of the National Convention board

Just a step at a time

- David Pastor, Chief Executive, Claire House Children's Hospice
David is speaking at National Convention 2014, in the IoF Choice track

Proud to be a fundraiser?

- Charlie Hulme, Managing Director, Donor Voice
Charlie is a speaker at National Convention 2014, in the Individual Giving track

Proud to be a fundraiser, part 1: Keeping the right fundraisers

- Ken Burnett, partner, Revolutionise (Clayton Burnett)
Ken is one of the founding members of the IoF

Proud to be a fundraiser. More than ever

- Liz Tait, Director of Fundraising, Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
Liz is speaking at National Convention 2014, in the Personal Effectiveness track

Why 'Proud to be a Fundraiser' is so very, very important

- Alan Clayton, Revolutionise

Why I am proud to be a fundraiser

- Peter Lewis, CEO, Institute of Fundraising
 


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