Meet the funders: South West Trains
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Meet the funders: South West Trains

14 Nov 2014

South West Train supports charities in a variety of ways from grants and
volunteering, to free tickets. Sian Freestone-Walker, corporate
communications manager at SWT, explains.

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Inside the monkeysphere

Wondering how to engage with more major donors, corporates and trusts? Matthew Iredale reckons it's all to do with getting...

A crafty way to raise money

By working with an arts and crafts supplier, Marie Curie Cancer Care was able to create a fundraising campaign that allowed the public to express their artistic skills while at the same time raising over £150,000. Charlene Asamoah explains how they did it.

Passporting to FREEDOM

The suggestion that a central data bank of applicant information for funders is needed in order to reduce fundraisers' workload has been widely supported. Tania Mason investigates whether it's ever likely to happen.

Fundraisers should celebrate big budgets that deliver

Instead of trying to hide high fundraising costs, fundraisers should celebrate bigger budgets that bring in more profit for their cause, argues Andrew Taylor.

Rain or shine?

Forecasting future fundraised income has never been an exact science but there are certain things fundraisers can do to make the job easier, finds Becky Slack.

Social media: feel the fear and do it anyway

Myopic about MySpace, terrified of Technorati, frightened of Facebook? Justgiving's Tom Mansel offers some simple do's and don'ts to help you face down those demons

The chugger debate

By implementing and maintaining high ethical standards in online fundraising, charities can help nurture trust in both the donation process and also the organisation itself. But does your website make the grade? Try the ePhilanthropy Foundation quiz by Ted Hart to find out.

Case study:  Help the Hospices and Royal Mail

Royal Mail Group selected Help the Hospices as its first-ever three-year Charity of the Year partner and has raised just under £2m for the national charity and local hospices. Kerry Turner, the company's account manager, unpicks the partnership.

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