How to handle charity communications in a crisis
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How to handle charity communications in a crisis

7 Jul 2015

Fundraisers can play an important role in limiting the damage when a PR disaster looms, says Vicky Browning.

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How to be an effective fundraising leader

It’s tough at the top. 50 Most Influential People in Fundraising hall-of-famer Alan Gosschalk gives tips on how to be an effective fundraising leader.

Legacies: Closing the gap between pledging and giving

Despite an upward trend in legacy giving, there is still a huge gap between people pledging to give money and actually giving it, finds Richard Radcliffe.

Kawika Solidum is a chief executive of BeyondMe

Members of the current generation of under-35s are half as likely to give to charity as their parents. Cultivating a deeper, more meaningful relationship is key to engaging them, says Kawika Solidum.

BBC Children in Need wins Lloyd's Charity of the Year Partnership

Corporate partnerships have to stay fresh and exciting to build a lasting legacy, say Graham Lindsay, and Paula Robinson.

Robert Robinson

Auctioning off experiences and products donated by patrons, corporate sponsors, celebrities and high-profile supporters is a growing trend in charity fundraising. Robert Robinson offers some tips on how to get the best return on items under the cyber gavel.

Margo Horsley

A digital approach to storytelling is an effective and economical way of getting your message across, says Margo Horsley.

Encouraging philanthropists to take risks

Wealthy people are less likely to take risks in philanthropy than in investment. But with encouragement, this could be changed, argue Jen Shang and Adrian Sergeant.

Writing the perfect fundraising bid is the stuff of drama

Little will come from simple storytelling and we should stop being so naive, say Stephen Pidgeon and Pauline Lockier. It is drama that will change the world.

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The landscape that charities operate in is changing, and the funding structures which support the sector...

Really simple first aid at the British Red Cross

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Charities are still failing to sufficiently protect personal data, with breaches more than doubling over...