Martin Farrell

Martin Farrell

Founder, get2thepoint

30 years ago Martin Farrell volunteered to help a handcraft charity in South Africa and to do church based youth work in a rough estate in Manchester.  Today he runs a consultancy.

 

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Give us the *** money: Getting trustees involved in fundraising

There's no disputing that trustees donate a lot of time to the charities they serve, but what about money? Martin Farrell suggests ways for trustees to get involved in fundraising.

Heads up - it's the money bit

Don't sink down in your chair of glaze over when the agenda reaches the finance item - embrace it, says Martin Farrell.

Conflicts of interest and ordinary miracles

Martin Farrell offers advice on setting the tone and style of leadership you want your organisation to take.

Building on shaky foundations

The fly on the wall series continues to monitor the progress of Time Banks UK's new chair of trustees, Martin Farrell.

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Finance directors must have more responsibility for finding new sources of funding

3 Aug 2015

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Banking blog: Three charities and their experience of loan finance

29 Jul 2015

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Ten things charities can do to build financial sustainability

22 Jul 2015

A financial review published today warns that the sector faces a £4.6bn shortfall. Michael Birtwistle,...

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