Adam Rothwell

Adam Rothwell

Adam Rothwell is the former director of donor advice website Intelligent Giving. He joined IG as an intern in 2006, and took over the directorship in 2008. He left the voluntary sector in July 2009 to become a history teacher at Oakham School in Rutland.

 

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Fundraisers do not value donors

The donor isn’t the most influential person in fundraising. But she should be, says the departing director of Intelligent Giving Adam Rothwell.

Charity research is in a mess

Research into the giving habits of the British public is more confusing than it is enlightening, making it impossible to monitor how well fundraisers are performing, says Adam Rothwell.

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