Liz Tait

Liz Tait

Liz Tait became director of fundraising at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in September 2010. Previously she was head of direct marketing for the British Red Cross since 2004.

Liz has more than a decade’s experience in fundraising, having started her career in the sector at Plan, before moving to Book Club Associates and the deaf-blind charity Sense.  

She is currently on the Institute of Fundraising’s Learning & Development Committee and National Convention Board and is soon to join Action on Hearing Loss as a trustee (as of April 2012). 

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Fundraisers might not have magic wands, but there are things they can do to work wonders on their charity’s performance, says Liz Tait.

How to support your own professional development

What if everyone was 10 per cent better at their job? Professional development is something that fundraisers have to take on as a personal responsibility, says Liz Tait.

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