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Watch now: Charityworks - the sector's graduate recruitment programme

22 Apr 2015

Charityworks - the voluntary sector's graduate recruitment programme, has been running for more than six years with nearly 100 charities and housing associations taking part.  Tania Mason spoke to some of those involved.

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Why the testing of left field thinking is important during the credit crunch

As the economy slows and personal purse strings tighten, third sector organisations need to be brave and inventive to safeguard themselves against the tough times.

How raffles and prize draws can help charities raise far more money than they give away

As people become increasingly wary of parting with their cash, prize draws and raffles offer charities a valuable way of riding out the slump. Helen Prince reports.

The Institute at its genesis

In 1980, professional fundraising in the UK was threatened. Founding member of the Institute of Fundraising Redmond Mullins recalls how the profession rescued itself.

Call of duty

Many trustees object to the use of the telephone within fundraising as they feel it is intrusive. But used correctly, it can be a valuable tool. Fundraisers should do their supporters - and their bottom lines - a favour by picking up the phone and giving them a call, reckons Joe White.

In-house or outsource?

The telephone can be a valuable tool for charities, both as a source of income and as a means by which donors can be thanked. But should campaigns be run in-house or out-sourced to an agency? How can fundraisers decide which the best option is? PF speaks to a three different charities to find out.

Why does everyone hate fundraisers?

If fundraisers fulfil such an important role within a charity, why are they so reviled by their colleagues and associates, asks Jonathan Farnhill.

Venture philanthropy: What it is and how it works

Grant Murgatroyd uses the experiences of venture capitalist Impetus Trust to shed some light on what venture philanthropists do and offer.

Do not disturb: when not to call donors

Charities, like any other business, need to comply with the Telephone Preference Service or face the penalties as well as the ire of donors who do not want to be called, says Mike Lordan.

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