Fundraising Magazine has today opened nominations for its 25 Under 35, a celebration of 25 great fundraisers under the age of 35, and is inviting readers to put names forward.
Lucy Caldicott appreciates the passion which makes fundraisers keen to ensure they get the credit for their successes, but she suggests sometimes it is good to sit back and just celebrate a success for its own sake.
Young Bristol looked no further than its own services and skills for a new fundraising product. Steve Smith explains how the charity turned its abseiling expertise into a fundraising moneymaker.
Much like snowflakes, no two face-to-face fundraising agencies are alike. Kirsty Weakley offers a primer on the face-to-face market for charities looking to invest.
Over the last few years most charities have done well to keep fundraising income steady. Some, however, have shot up. Celina Ribeiro speaks to four charities about how they have grown.
One room, one sledgehammer, and 10,000 walnuts. Those are the key tools used by Prostate Cancer UK in its latest fundraising stunt. Gareth Ellis-Thomas cracks open the shell on the campaign.
Following Jeff Brooks' blog yesterday which claimed commercial-style branding does not work for charities, Gill Warnock issues a practical response outlining ways to make branding work for you.