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How to set up a pop-up charity shop

16 Oct 2014

Charity retailers are consistently coming up with interesting and innovative ways to promote sustainable shopping, from specialist stores to vintage boutiques at festivals. Amy Valentine and Emma Vithlani share tips on tapping into the continuing trend for pop-up shops.

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And they clicked on puppy love

In Christmas 2007 the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association set out to double the number of people sponsoring a puppy online. Louise Rudkin outlines how this first foray has given it the confidence to forge ahead with digital acquisition.

Going back for more gift aid

The Donkey Sanctuary raised £157,000 in backdated gift aid through a mailing to supporters who had not made a declaration, says Tina Pester.

Muddling through

Parliament laid down changes to the law on professional fundraising statements in November 2006. Now the new rules have been in place for just over a month, Gemma Ware discovers parts of the sector are still struggling to cope.

Is fundraising benchmarking a waste of time?

These arguments were made by the authors at a debate hosted by the Institute of Fundraising's Insight in Fundraising Special Interest Group at Cancer Research UK on 18 April 2008.

Pirates lair or dragons den: where does innovation thrive?

Innovation is imperative for competitive advantage. Bernard Ross sets out eight different approaches charities are using to nurture it.

How to improve your 'ask'

The best corporate partnerships can deliver more than just money. How can fundraisers make sure they increase their chance of success? It's all depends on what you ask for and how you ask for it, says Beth Courtier.

Delivering the goods

It's all very well seeking corporate partnerships, but if and when you get them, can you actually deliver, asks Kurt Aschermann. Here are six questions to ask yourselves, before promising the earth.

Legal challenges of corporate partnerships

Thinking about entering into a fundraising partnership with a company? Fraser Simpson gives a brief rundown of the legal points you should consider first.

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