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Resources tagged with "fundraising blog"

Following Fundraising Fellows: Why donor retention should be top of your list

You’ve won their support, but where do you go from here? Head of Business Development at People’s History Museum, Manchester, and Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Fellow 2019, Sarah Miguel shares lessons learned through cultivating a meaningful donor experience.

By Sarah MiguelPublished:2019 Type: guide-toolkit


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Following Fundraising Fellows: Pictures, people, place and priorities

Each year the Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy (AF&P) Fundraising Fellowship programme brings together our cohort of fellows for face-to-face training, to explore key issues in the sector and share learning. Here, 2019 Fellow Lynda Jackson, Museum Manager at the Judges Lodgings in Lancaster, shares her thoughts from the residential in Newcastle Gateshead

By Lynda JacksonPublished:2019 Type: blog


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How to… run a fundraising event. Rattling buckets and sharing passion

Pamela Johnson takes us through her work with Northern Broadsides raising £5,000 of match funding to deliver an education and learning programme for their 2019 tour of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.

By Pamela Johnson (formerly Pfrommer)Published:2019 Type: blog


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Three Fundraising Curses – 3) The Curse of Boring

This three part guide from David Burgess (Apollo Fundraising) challenges you to reconsider what you think you know about fundraising, tackling how you communicate and share ideas, getting beyond embarrassment and moving away from being boring! How might rethinking these taboos enrich your work, and success, as a fundraiser? Read part one here, and part two here

By David BurgessPublished:2018 Type: guide-toolkit


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Three Fundraising Curses – 2) The Curse of Embarrassment

This three part guide from David Burgess (Apollo Fundraising) challenges you to reconsider what you think you know about fundraising, tackling how you communicate and share ideas, getting beyond embarrassment and moving away from being boring! How might rethinking these taboos enrich your work, and success, as a fundraiser? Read part one here, and part three here

By David BurgessPublished:2018 Type: article


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Three Fundraising Curses – 1) The Curse of Knowledge

This three part guide from David Burgess (Apollo Fundraising) challenges you to reconsider what you think you know about fundraising, tackling how you communicate and share ideas, getting beyond embarrassment and moving away from being boring! How might rethinking these taboos enrich your work, and success, as a fundraiser? Part two can be found here, and part three here

By David BurgessPublished:2018 Type: article


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