The July issue of Fundraising Magazine celebrates the young and upcoming talent in the sector with our biennial 25 Under 35 list of outstanding fundraisers. From stewarding grassroots volunteers in South Africa to fighting for racial equality and women's rights, the young professionals on this list have all gone above and beyond for the causes they are passionate about. With more than 100 high-quality nominations, this is only a snapshot of the talent on display in the sector and shows that although times are hard, the future is bright for fundraising.
Other articles in this issue include case studies on how the British Red Cross is using social media platform TikTok to tap into new audiences and raise vital funds, while a piece by Women for Women explains how its virtual car boot sale raised £77,000 in one day.
The July issue has interviews with chair-elect of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising Claire Rowney and outgoing chair Amanda Bringans about their work with the membership body and its plans for the future.
There is also an article on emerging smart tech and how it can be applied to fundraising, as well as a piece offering insight into how fundraisers can avoid falling foul of e-privacy regulations when trying to re-engage donors.
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