With its charity membership continuing to grow – Pareto Fundraising had 28 members in 2010 and now has 82 – the organisation’s benchmarking is becoming increasingly relevant. Lise Taylor reports on its 2017 results.
Mark Stewart, Fundraising Department Head at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, describes how it increased its Radiothon revenue to $1.2 million – with the help of its corporate partners. Lise Taylor reports. Read more
Understanding your digital marketing performance and what drives search donation requires taking both a macro and micro approach to analysis, says Marcus Lewis. Read more
The most important message revealed by an analysis of the recently released McNair Ingenuity Research report is that fundraisers must know their most rewarding donors. Lise Taylor explores the key findings. Read more
Knowing what you say and how people search is essential to your digital content strategy. Shanelle Newton Clapham shares her SEO expertise. Read more
Karen Armstrong discusses the future of artificial intelligence and its impact on supporter experience, including the advancements made in emotional intelligence and the question of what’s next for the nonprofit sector. Read more
What do donors want as opposed to what do we want them to want? Peter Muffett explores the benefits of values-based offers and making a move to restricted funding. Read more
From gifted goats to arboreal action, Warrick Saunders, Head of Fundraising for Médecins Sans Frontières in Australia and New Zealand, has quite a tale to tell. Read more
In F&P’s monthly charity events rundown, find out what organisations in the fundraising sector have been doing over the past few months.
Katherine Shiels, General Manager at Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute, tells Lise Taylor how a trip to the Himalayas to raise money for the Fred Hollows Clinic as a teenager sparked her passion for fundraising and what she’s up to now.
Discover Luke Edwards’ five handy digital hints to planning an online survey or pledge campaign for two-step acquisition.
Bringing in big gifts is Barnardos Australia’s Philanthropy & Development Team Manager Peter Wilson’s greatest strength. Lise Taylor reports.
From an introduction to tithing in his early years to making million-dollar annual donations, Paul Wheelton AM is clearly aware of his purpose in life. Lise Taylor reports.
Four generations of the Fairfax family have contributed to the Foundation’s work since its establishment in 1962. Times may have changed, but its core philanthropic essence remains the same. Nicole Richards reports.
Its nine campaigns have raised over $29 million, it has evolved into a foundation and now it has launched a new fundraising platform. Brett Macdonald reveals what’s behind the Dry July Foundation peer-to-peer success story.
Even though the dust has finally settled on the scandals that rocked UK fundraising in 2015, it’s a still tough time if you’re a UK fundraiser, says Adrian Sargeant. Here he shares why.