Alana Tubasei, Sense: 'What we are looking for is a major step-change'

Alana Tubasei, Sense: 'What we are looking for is a major step-change'

13 Oct 2015 | Alana Tubasei

Despite having a global income of £82m, Sense UK and Sense International is continuing to set aspirational targets, says Alana Tubasei.


Alana Tubasei, Sense: 'What we are looking for is a major step-change'

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Why the personal touch can be profitable in corporate partnerships

Breast Cancer Care’s 18-year partnership with BHS raised more in the last 12 months than in the previous three years combined. Sara Rees and Hannah Sanders explain that the personal touch made for a better and more profitable relationship.

Street life: 20 years of international face-to-face fundraising

It is 20 years since face-to-face fundraising burst onto our streets and revolutionised individual giving. Despite its ripe old age, there is still life in the old legs yet, finds Stephen Cotterill.

How Sightsavers 'Million Miracles' campaign achieved the organisation's best ever results

Sightsavers has an ambitious growth target, and that means ambitious fundraising campaigns. Its Million Miracles campaign didn’t exactly go to plan, but Becki Jupp says that didn’t stop it from smashing its targets.

How to build your personal brand

With reputation management the order of the day, how should fundraisers be looking after their own, personal brands? Zoe Amar says careful consideration and cultivation of personal brand isn’t vanity; it’s vital.

Why are fundraisers afraid of the Fundraising Preference Service?

Of all the ideas proposed in the Etherington Review of Fundraising, none has caused as much controversy as the Fundraising Preference Service. Hugh Radojev explores why the sector is so worried.

Fundraising regulation review: The key recommendations

Today Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, has published his review of fundraising regulation. We summarise the principal recommendations.

Digital fundraising: playing the big game

The number of gamers is on the rise, but charities remain shy of the burgeoning market. Reuben Turner says there are opportunities for a new kind of fundraising relationship in the virtual realm.

Lyn Cole, grantmaking director for England, Big Lottery Fund: 'Look at what others are doing and learn from them'

The Big Lottery Fund (BIG) is responsible for distributing 40 per cent of all funds raised by the National Lottery for good causes, which amounted to around £670m last year. Lyn Cole, who was appointed grantmaking director for England earlier this year, explains its priorities.

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