Richard Radcliffe

Richard Radcliffe

Consultant, Richard Radcliffe Consulting

Richard Radcliffe is a consultant in legacy fundraising with over 30 years' fundraising experience.

He has carried out over 1000 legacy focus groups for over 400 charities.

Career highlights include director of fundraising at the Order of St Jon (St John Ambulance and the St John Opthalmic Hospital in Jerusalem) and a director at the Charities Aid Foundation.

More recently he was executive chairman of legacy research and development consultancy Smee & Ford.

Richard has previously chaired the International Fundraising Congress. 

 

 

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Initial reactions to the IoF National Convention

We sent our trainee fundraising reporter Hugh Radojev to his first ever IoF National Convention. He rounds up a few of his first impressions from day one.

Quentin Crisp in 1982

Donors don’t want a ‘relationship’, says Richard Radcliffe.

 
     

Why don't people give to larger charities anymore?

Richard Radcliffe suggests that rather than giving less, the public has replaced giving to large charities with giving to smaller ones.

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