If you turn off your fundraising, stay on mute, then don’t be surprised if your income goes down. So what should you do?
Belief gives you the courage to push through. To fail and try again, to resist against the detractors, and the “drains”. Without belief I think many will give up even if in their hearts they know fundraising needs to change.
Here are seven ways how I have helped get myself ‘in the zone’.
So, once again this year’s International Fundraising Congress comes to a close. It’s a potent cocktail, leaving you with a feeling of exhaustion and exhilaration, bringing you clarity and even confusion by challenging your existing thinking. Amongst my scribbled notes I can sense some sparks of insight – possibly even the emergence of an epiphany.…
A brand should no longer view customers as targets = a charity should no longer view donors as targets.
If you think of digital as a channel it encourages you to think how I can I use it to target more people – so you think in numbers: how do we increase followers, capture more emails?
Join me in 2017 as I unpack my five year experiment and help you with your quest
This week I made a donation for the first time. I was actually quite excited in the build up to giving. A little nervous too.
Question those assumptions we often take for granted. The rules are changing and we need to change with them.
The principles of Relationship Fundraising published nearly 25 years ago are even more relevant now. Here is why.