I recently posted a blog entry on the subject of 'elevator pitches' for charities and wanted to understand how far advanced, or not, we are as a sector.
A colleague is planning to do a sponsored run to raise money to buy his disabled mother a stairlift. Those providing sponsorship would be well aware of what and who he was raising money for.
We are a small charity and for years I have been the only employee. Now however we want to slowly grow the charity and I would like to take on an assistant, initially for 2 days a week.
Our new website will have an online shop.
I know the term consultant is a bit over used in the sector! But I'm interested in doing some freelance fundraising and would be interested in the experience of others who have made this move.
Can anyone shed light as to what has happened to the Djanogly Foundation?
Quick question; apologies if it isn't in the right section.
Has anyone here any experience in dealing with Charity Accounts, such as those offered by CAF and Charities Trust.
I am currently researching the best ways to engage my charities trustees in fundraising. One option has been suggested to ask some of them to sit on a 'fundraising' sub-committee.
I'm an experienced fiance manager looking to make a move to being a fundraiser and looking for tips on how best to do this.
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