Monthly Archives: October 2014

Five Reasons Why Selfies Are Changing Fundraising Forever

With the popularity of selfies continuing to grow, IFC CEO John Baguley takes a look at how selfies are changing the face of fundraising forever.  Advertisements

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Meet Team IFC: Sarah Gray

This month’s Meet Team IFC introduces fundraising consultant, Sarah Gray. Speaking about Switzerland, Uganda and Australia, Sarah puts the international into International Fundraising Consultancy.

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Five Top Tips to Winning An Award

Following last night’s Charity Times Awards, here are five top tips to winning an award. The reason most people and organisations don’t win awards, or speak at conferences or become trustees etc. is because they don’t enter or put their names … Continue reading

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Reflecting on the International Fundraising Congress 2014

With the International Fundraising Congress 2014 over for another year, the ‘real’ IFC’s UK Director, Bill King reflects on his time at the event…

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The “Other” IFC: International Fundraising Congress 2014

This week sees the annual International Fundraising Congress (the other IFC) take place in the Netherlands. Bringing together fundraisers from around the world, the event provides a plethora or learning and networking opportunities. IFC’s UK Director, Bill King gives a … Continue reading

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You are not the Hero, the Donor is

Telling the story of your organisation is essential to all types of fundraising activities, but charities often get it so wrong by just talking about themselves. Here, IFC’s UK Director, Bill King explains why charities should be making the donor … Continue reading

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