Tom Hall

Tom Hall

Appeal director and head of philanthropy, Scope from June 2009

Tom Hall joined Scope as appeal director and head of philanthropy in June 2009.

He was previously the partnership manager at the MicroLoan foundation for three years and before that was fundraising officer at the National Literacy Trust.

He also has a CIM diploma in marketing from Anglia Ruskin University and a bachelors degree in politics from Exeter.  


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Who are the major donor gatekeepers? And what do they want from us?

Any major donor fundraiser knows that getting access to wealthy individuals can be a challenge. There’s a plethora of advisers, asset managers, bankers and other handlers between you and the prize. Stephen Cotterill takes a look at whether this can be turned to your advantage.

Social Stock Exchange: An exchange of views

Vibeka Mair investigates the aims and methods of the new Social Stock Exchange.

Social security: How fundraisers are engaging with social investment

Social investment is something of a halfway house between fundraising and finance. Celina Ribeiro looks at how and why fundraisers are getting involved in this growing market.

Scope for more: the Scope social bond explained

Tom Hall explains how Scope set up its £20m social investment bond programme and recounts the journey the organisation took to become investment-ready.

Social finance: A changing landscape

Sue Daniels considers whether new social investment opportunities will displace traditional giving streams.

Expanding in financial Scope

Scope has become one of the first charities to enter the social bond market in force, with a £20m bond issue. Vibeka Mair assesses its progress.

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