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Michelle Writes for Startups.co.uk

3 December 2018

Everything you need to know about Mindspace

This summer, Cause4 moved into new premises – a Mindspace shared office in the heart of the City of London. For us, it was more than an office move – it was the end result of an exploration into how our company wants to operate, where we get our inspiration from, and how we think the future is going to unfold. 

Topics: 
Culture change
Idea generation
Partnership development

Michelle Writes for Startups.co.uk

3 December 2018

Everything you need to know about Mindspace

This summer, Cause4 moved into new premises – a Mindspace shared office in the heart of the City of London. For us, it was more than an office move – it was the end result of an exploration into how our company wants to operate, where we get our inspiration from, and how we think the future is going to unfold. 

Topics: 
Culture change
Idea generation
Partnership development

Michelle Writes for Startups.co.uk

3 December 2018

Everything you need to know about Mindspace

This summer, Cause4 moved into new premises – a Mindspace shared office in the heart of the City of London. For us, it was more than an office move – it was the end result of an exploration into how our company wants to operate, where we get our inspiration from, and how we think the future is going to unfold. 

Topics: 
Culture change
Idea generation
Partnership development

Artistic Vision vs Fundraising Needs – How Do We Find the Balance?

20th April, 2016 | By Cause4 staff

In January 2016, Chancellor George Osborne attended the first anniversary celebration of the Creative Industries Federation. He spoke out to the cultural sector stressing the value of arts and culture as something that transcends its monetary value.

Artistic Vision vs Fundraising Needs – How Do We Find the Balance?

20th April, 2016 | By Cause4 staff

In January 2016, Chancellor George Osborne attended the first anniversary celebration of the Creative Industries Federation. He spoke out to the cultural sector stressing the value of arts and culture as something that transcends its monetary value.

Artistic Vision vs Fundraising Needs – How Do We Find the Balance?

20th April, 2016 | By Cause4 staff

In January 2016, Chancellor George Osborne attended the first anniversary celebration of the Creative Industries Federation. He spoke out to the cultural sector stressing the value of arts and culture as something that transcends its monetary value.

Fundraising from Individual Donors – Top Tips

25th March, 2015 | By Cause4 staff

This blog was originally written for The Hub

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to individual fundraising. Cause4 has worked with a wide range of organisations, from the English National Opera to The Reading Agency, and the optimum strategy is very different in each case. We do however have a number of top tips for achieving more through individual fundraising that we believe many different organisations can learn from. Here are our top five tips:

1. Allocate resources strategically

Fundraising from Individual Donors – Top Tips

25th March, 2015 | By Cause4 staff

This blog was originally written for The Hub

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to individual fundraising. Cause4 has worked with a wide range of organisations, from the English National Opera to The Reading Agency, and the optimum strategy is very different in each case. We do however have a number of top tips for achieving more through individual fundraising that we believe many different organisations can learn from. Here are our top five tips:

1. Allocate resources strategically

Fundraising from Individual Donors – Top Tips

25th March, 2015 | By Cause4 staff

This blog was originally written for The Hub

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to individual fundraising. Cause4 has worked with a wide range of organisations, from the English National Opera to The Reading Agency, and the optimum strategy is very different in each case. We do however have a number of top tips for achieving more through individual fundraising that we believe many different organisations can learn from. Here are our top five tips:

1. Allocate resources strategically

Charity ambassadors – A poisoned chalice?

3rd February, 2014 | By Cause4 staff

Celebrity endorsements and ambassadorial roles are often a PR no-brainer for charities, particularly small, up-and-coming charities, looking to increase their exposure and popularity. The connections that come with a famous figure can often bring in vital revenue, particularly at a time when Government cutbacks and a decrease in overall donations to charities are having an adverse effect on the Third Sector.

Charity ambassadors – A poisoned chalice?

3rd February, 2014 | By Cause4 staff

Celebrity endorsements and ambassadorial roles are often a PR no-brainer for charities, particularly small, up-and-coming charities, looking to increase their exposure and popularity. The connections that come with a famous figure can often bring in vital revenue, particularly at a time when Government cutbacks and a decrease in overall donations to charities are having an adverse effect on the Third Sector.

Charity ambassadors – A poisoned chalice?

3rd February, 2014 | By Cause4 staff

Celebrity endorsements and ambassadorial roles are often a PR no-brainer for charities, particularly small, up-and-coming charities, looking to increase their exposure and popularity. The connections that come with a famous figure can often bring in vital revenue, particularly at a time when Government cutbacks and a decrease in overall donations to charities are having an adverse effect on the Third Sector.