Fundraising from Companies and Charitable Trusts, Foundations
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Guide and reference to fundraising techniques, things to consider, and contacts for new, small, and emerging Groups/ Organisations in the Charity/Third Sector seeking to improve their engagement with... More > potential funders in the Corporate and Charitable Trusts/Foundations Sectors. This fifth edition update also provides for more details examples, illustrations, and hundreds of URL hyperlinks to resources and points of contact saving hours/days of onerous work and research to discover on the web. Invaluable contextual material for inspiring ideas and positive way to deal with the whole issue of fundraising in this climate and good value for the price. This book is one of more than 30 e/books in the genre subject matters of fundraising, governance and organisational material series.< Less
Commission-Based Fundraising | Pros & Cons - Why Not?
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We are frequently asked to take Fundraising assignments on a commission-only basis. Whilst we have undertaken fundraisers assignments on a commission basis in the past with relative success and to... More > mutual benefit the whole concept has fraught with potential problems. There are a decreasing number of fundraisers being prepared to undertake assignments on this basis. This eBook is a discussion on the principles and reasons behind our stance.< Less
Fundraising : A Christian Perspective
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Is Fundraising part of God's Plan? Christian fundraising creates opportunities to involve God's people in God's work. How does this Christian Fundraising work?
Guidance Notes and Standard Form of Agreement Between a Charity and a Consultant - [Messrs G Owen & Co]
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These Guidance Notes and Standard Forms of Agreement between a Fundraising Consultant or a Professional Fundraiser and a Charity have been produced to help safeguard the interests of both parties and... More > to comply with the Charities Act and the Charitable Institutions (Fundraising) Regulations. Consultancy is an important and growing source of expert advice and support to those engaged in raising funds for charities; it is essential that the relationship is mutually satisfactory and founded on clearly understood arrangements. This document aims to help that process. The guidance notes highlight practical questions which a Charity and a Fundraising Consultant/Professional Fundraiser will need to resolve before signing any formal agreement. The standard forms of agreement are as between a Charity and a Consultant /Professional Fundraiser, but could be used (appropriately adapted) by a charitable institution other than a charity.< Less
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