As part of my work as a prospect researcher, I frequently request copies of governing documents from the Charity Commission.
According to its website, The Cup Trust (1129044) “seeks to raise funds to enable us to make grants to other UK based registered charities”.
A common demand placed on trust fundraisers is to find new prospects, which in a mature operation can often be a challenge, especially if all the usual sources have been exhausted.
Over the last few years, I have occasionally sent details of charitable donations of over £1,000,000 to Beth Breeze at Centre for Philanthropy at t
I love a freebie, and I see that Researchers in Fundraising (RiF) committee is publicising WealthWatch – the monthly report focusing on wealth and wealthy people in the UK.
I am currently researching grant making trusts, including the John Laing Charitable Trust. I was interested to note that the accounts are incomplete. Page 14 is missing.
Factary has produced a report on 32 newly registered grant making trusts, established by wealthy people.
Chapel & York is providing a free webinar on Fundraising from America - A guide for beginners. It is today (13th December 2012) 12.30pm - 1.30pm.
You’ve got your Google Grant application done and you’re running a few campaigns. What next?
The Times has just reported that Bob Diamond, the former Barclays chief executive, will be given a £2 million pay-off after deciding to waive his deferred bonus awards and long-term incentive share aw
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