Tony Elischer

Tony Elischer

Managing director, THINK Consulting Solutions from 2001

Tony Elischer is the founder and managing director of THINK Consulting Solutions. He has 22 years’ experience in non-profit organisations and consultancies. For the last nine years he has worked as a consultant, covering all areas of fundraising, management and strategy for a variety of national and international organisations.

Elischer is a member of various boards including the advisory board of the Journal of Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing and the Resource Alliance, and is a former chair of the International Fundraising Congress. He is also a Fellow of the UK’s Institute of Fundraising.

In Professional Fundraising’s 2009 poll, Elischer was voted by readers to be the 30th most influential person in fundraising.

 

 

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Who's top dog? Fundraising's 50 Most Influential 2013

The fundraisers have spoken. The annual poll of the fundraising world’s 50 Most Influential people is revealed.

Fundraising predictions for 2013

What is on the cards for 2013? Tony Elischer shares his seven major predictions.

It's a small world: The post-national philanthropist

For a new breed of exceptionally wealthy potential donors, it is a small world after all. Charities must think organisationally, not geographically, about the world’s rich, says Tony Elischer.

Futurology: rewriting fundraising thinking

How is your organisation’s fundraising going to respond to the pace and depth of change in the future? Tony Elischer notes you can’t predict the future, but you can prepare for it.

Reinventing the donor pyramid

The fundraising pyramid is not dead, but rather needs to be reconsidered for the contemporary donor-sphere. Tony Elisher looks at how the trusted fundraising framework translates to the 21st Century

Tony Elischer - Stewardship should not be dismissed

The fundraiser's responsibility for donations shouldn't stop once the money is in the bank, says Tony Elischer. .

Tony Elischer - We must rise to the challenges of 2006

Last year started with the biggest fundraising appeal ever. So what does 2006 hold, asks Tony Elischer.

The times, they are a-changing

Mergers are on the horizon as organisations struggle to compete and trusts and foundations change tactics. Becky Slack reports.

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