Daniel Fletcher

Daniel Fletcher

Director of fundraising, Delta fundraising

Dan Fletcher is currently the director of fundraising and management consultancy, Delta Fundraising. He has formerly held roles as director of fundraising at St John’s Hospice, head of partnerships and fundraising at The Kings Fund, head of fundraising development for hospital charity, enhance herts, and head of fundraising and business partnerships at the Foyer Federation. He is a vice-chair of legacy promotion consortium Remember a Charity, and sits on the Institute of Fundraising’s Learning & Development committee and London Region committee.

 

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What no NHS? A fundraiser reflects

Changes to the NHS - and a rising swell of belief that the NHS won't be around in the future, could make fundraising for healthcare a little bit tricky, says Daniel Fletcher. 

A different look at legacies

Legacy fundraising is as much about inspiration as any other fundraising mechanism, says Daniel Fletcher.

Not quite as Big Society

It is no surprise that while preparing to cut funding to charities, Nick Hurd is bringing out the old refrain that charities must get themselves in order, says Dan Fletcher. But it's still not right.

Two coalitions to make it right

Has the UK got coalition fever? Daniel Fletcher considers what influence the recent political happenings have had on civil society and its gift aid potential.

A dose of election fever

Not much debate when it comes to healthcare issues it seems. Daniel Fletcher reflects on what the election's latest hot topic means for the charitable sector.

A matter of life and death

I've been struck this week by two developments about the way we view our mortality and our money. On Tuesday, the King's Fund published a report on the future of social care funding - a current political hot potato. Securing good care for more people updates the review of social care led by Sir Derek Wanless and published by the Fund in 2006.

Government delays good for fundraisers

Treasury's delays on introducing international accounting standards for NHS charities can only be welcomed by fundraisers.

Storm clouds on NHS funding horizon

The last month of the Noughties is looking to leave health charities in a high degree of uncertainty, despite positive indications that the recession is unlikely to get any worse.

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