Do Your Co-Workers Hate Fundraising?

Fundraising challenges come at you from all directions. Sometimes the most disheartening and difficult challenge is the resistance you might receive from your co-workers. At some stage you’ve probably witnessed the other staff in your charity complain about fundraising or felt their lack of support and interest. You might even have felt alone in your … More Do Your Co-Workers Hate Fundraising?

How Would You Spend A €$£1,000 Fundraising Budget?

Following on from the blog post, “How Would You Spend A €$£10,000 Fundraising Budget?” I decided to call on some other amazing fundraisers to ask how they’d spend an even smaller budget in an even smaller charity. How would you spend 1,000? “I would invest in a program where $1,000 would make a huge difference … More How Would You Spend A €$£1,000 Fundraising Budget?

The Evolution of Statistics

I wrote before how Bad Statistics Are Dangerous For Charities. Here’s a great example of how a statistic evolves on-line… Here’s the original statistic from the (questionable) research: “64% say that corporate social responsibility is core to their business rather than being a stand-alone programme”. Note that this is derived from asking CEOs “Which of these statements … More The Evolution of Statistics

The Fundraisers Book Club

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for more details. The Fundraisers Book Club was the brainchild of Gaby Murphy (Purplegrass)  Colin Skehan (Merchants’ Quay) and Simon Scriver (ChangeFundraising). We are all members of Rogare, the Fundraising Think Tank based at the University of Plymouth’s Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy and we were looking for a … More The Fundraisers Book Club