Items matching the Fundraising implementation topic

Fundraising at Times of Crisis

23 April 2020

As part of our dedicated programme to help fundraisers navigate this challenging time, Cause4 and Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy are pleased to be able to bring you their latest issue of Now, New and Next. This time, it’s a special issue wholly dedicated to Fundraising at Times of Crisis.

Topics: 
Fundraising implementation
Fundraising strategy

Fundraising at Times of Crisis

23 April 2020

As part of our dedicated programme to help fundraisers navigate this challenging time, Cause4 and Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy are pleased to be able to bring you their latest issue of Now, New and Next. This time, it’s a special issue wholly dedicated to Fundraising at Times of Crisis.

Topics: 
Fundraising implementation
Fundraising strategy

Michelle Wright writes for Arts Professional

26 March 2020

Michelle Wright discusses communicating with donors at a time of crisis, arguing that whilst fundraising might seem impossible right now, donors need to hear from you on good days and bad.

Topics: 
Fundraising implementation
Fundraising strategy

Michelle Wright writes for Arts Professional

26 March 2020

Michelle Wright discusses communicating with donors at a time of crisis, arguing that whilst fundraising might seem impossible right now, donors need to hear from you on good days and bad.

Topics: 
Fundraising implementation
Fundraising strategy

Michelle writes for The Fundraiser

12 September 2019

Four reasons why charities are struggling to retain good fundraising talent

Topics: 
Fundraising implementation

Michelle writes for Arts Professional

30 November 2018

The elephant in the room – should Trustees be obliged to give?

Should Trustees on arts boards always be expected to give a donation, as is commonly the case in the US? Michelle weighs up the pros and cons of this thorny issue.

Topics: 
Governance and Trustees
Philanthropy
Fundraising implementation

Michelle writes for Arts Professional

30 November 2018

The elephant in the room – should Trustees be obliged to give?

Should Trustees on arts boards always be expected to give a donation, as is commonly the case in the US? Michelle weighs up the pros and cons of this thorny issue.

Topics: 
Governance and Trustees
Philanthropy
Fundraising implementation

Michelle writes for Arts Professional

30 November 2018

The elephant in the room – should Trustees be obliged to give?

Should Trustees on arts boards always be expected to give a donation, as is commonly the case in the US? Michelle weighs up the pros and cons of this thorny issue.

Topics: 
Governance and Trustees
Philanthropy
Fundraising implementation

Innovation in Fundraising – A Cause4 Glance at our Favourite Innovations

19th October, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

Curious

Ambitious

United

Straight-talking

Enterprising

Innovation in Fundraising – A Cause4 Glance at our Favourite Innovations

19th October, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

Curious

Ambitious

United

Straight-talking

Enterprising

Innovation in Fundraising – A Cause4 Glance at our Favourite Innovations

19th October, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

Curious

Ambitious

United

Straight-talking

Enterprising

Small Enterprises Tackling Big Issues

31st May, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

Long gone are the days of technocratic approaches and top down organisations and governments leading the way in international innovation. Now is the time of the new, the small, the grassroots. The exciting, the innovative, the flexible. Now is the time of the start-up.

Small Enterprises Tackling Big Issues

31st May, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

Long gone are the days of technocratic approaches and top down organisations and governments leading the way in international innovation. Now is the time of the new, the small, the grassroots. The exciting, the innovative, the flexible. Now is the time of the start-up.

Small Enterprises Tackling Big Issues

31st May, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

Long gone are the days of technocratic approaches and top down organisations and governments leading the way in international innovation. Now is the time of the new, the small, the grassroots. The exciting, the innovative, the flexible. Now is the time of the start-up.

The 2018 London Marathon

20th April, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

The 38th edition of the London Marathon is fast approaching, and will take place this Sunday, on 22nd April.

It is one of the most spectacular events to take place yearly in the capital, featuring over 40,000 people running 26.2 miles around the city, and backed by cheering crowds (over 750,000) throughout.

The 2018 London Marathon

20th April, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

The 38th edition of the London Marathon is fast approaching, and will take place this Sunday, on 22nd April.

It is one of the most spectacular events to take place yearly in the capital, featuring over 40,000 people running 26.2 miles around the city, and backed by cheering crowds (over 750,000) throughout.

Survivor’s Guilt: Should Charity Campaigns be Wary of those Affected by the Cause?

6th April, 2018 | By Maria Thomas

Tuesday night’s Celebrity Bake Off for Stand up to Cancer was a tough watch. Not because of the disastrous bakes, but for the charity campaign video in the middle of the episode. This week featured a young boy, who having survived cancer once, unfortunately passed away when it later returned. In between his diagnoses, his mother suffered and survived breast cancer, only to find out it had returned – and was now terminal at the time of recording.

Survivor’s Guilt: Should Charity Campaigns be Wary of those Affected by the Cause?

6th April, 2018 | By Maria Thomas

Tuesday night’s Celebrity Bake Off for Stand up to Cancer was a tough watch. Not because of the disastrous bakes, but for the charity campaign video in the middle of the episode. This week featured a young boy, who having survived cancer once, unfortunately passed away when it later returned. In between his diagnoses, his mother suffered and survived breast cancer, only to find out it had returned – and was now terminal at the time of recording.

Survivor’s Guilt: Should Charity Campaigns be Wary of those Affected by the Cause?

6th April, 2018 | By Maria Thomas

Tuesday night’s Celebrity Bake Off for Stand up to Cancer was a tough watch. Not because of the disastrous bakes, but for the charity campaign video in the middle of the episode. This week featured a young boy, who having survived cancer once, unfortunately passed away when it later returned. In between his diagnoses, his mother suffered and survived breast cancer, only to find out it had returned – and was now terminal at the time of recording.

GoodBox is Leading the Way for Cashless Donations to Charities

28th February, 2018 | By Cause4 staff

Towards the end of last year, I was closely monitoring the growth of a new start-up, GoodBox, which is on a mission to pioneer the fundraising sector with contactless donation platforms.

The company is currently offering three products that allow donors to ‘Tap to Give’ – i.e. donate to charities through contactless technology – and is preparing to fully launch later in 2018.