The debate about the use of allegedly shocking imagery in fundraising is not new. I realised
recently that it’s almost 20 years since I gave a plenary presentation at the Institute of Fundraising
You know the scene. A slightly upmarket café. Metropolitan types sip pricey coffee while in earnest discussion over their laptops. One of them was me, when along came the interruption.
It’s hard to be creative without a deadline. Although this is true, it’s also a fairly limp excuse for why this has taken me a while to post. Let me know if it was worth the wait…
Well knock me down with a copy of the donor’s charter, y’all did it!
A week ago I had never used the word enrichment. I now use it at least 20 times a day. Here’s why…
The long deep call of an orangutan male echoes across the valley. The sun is slowly burning off the mist to reveal the lavish forest. Tap, tap, tap goes my keyboard.
I am off to Borneo to build some capacity. Not any old capacity you understand, but some of the seriously sustainable stuff. And I’m a tad scared.
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