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The influence of organisational culture on fundraising is an issue rarely discussed in our sector but in these challenging time may make the difference between success and failure.
If your charity is one that relies on grants for a portion of its income, you need to be thinking now about how you can maintain this funding as we head into a likely recession.
One important source of funding often overlooked by charities, but potentially of great value now, is that of major donors or high net worth individuals. But how do you go about identifying who might make a large gift to your organisation?
With the fundraising of most charities currently disrupted by the coronavirus crisis, now is the time to be planning future strategy...
In recent years, impact evaluation has become increasingly important in fundraising, as donors look for evidence that their support is having the desired effect...
In the current climate, one element of your strategy will be to seek emergency funding to maintain activities. We have put together this list of funders as a starting point for charities to use..
These are tough times for charities, with many cancelling events and activities, closing shops and trying to communicate with companies and individuals who are distracted by the crisis. So what can they do to maintain income in turbulent times?
A fundraising team will send out thousands of messages each year, but how many charities really think about the words they use to generate income?
As we approach almost full employment, it is not surprising that charities are struggling to find the people and skills they need to keep their funds flowing...
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