April's Fundraising Magazine focuses on inclusion, and what fundraising teams specifically, and charities more generally, can learn about equality and diversity from the corporate world.
It also features a piece from nfpSynergy founder Joe Saxton, looking at why charities crave unrestricted funding from grantmakers more than anything else.
Elsewhere, this month's magazine includes an interview with Zac Hussain, Muslim Aid's business development manager, who spoke about the charity's transformation and its plans to grow digital engagement with its predominantly young and "tech savvy" audience. It also includes a case study from the MS Society on its Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign, and an article on how Prostate Cancer UK was able to reinvent itself as a charity brand by identifying its key demographic and marketing to them "unashamedly".
It also has a feature on how charities can regain trust and demonstrate transparency to its supporters and a piece on why small charities need to be more vocal about their expertise to would-be supporters.
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