Instead of reading about history from books, wouldn’t it be much more interesting to look at and listen to people’s actual recollections of times past? Thanks to the concept of Oral History, through which people from all walks of life are interviewed about their past lives, we can now do just that. Keep Reading
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One of the first starting points in a fundraising plan is determine how you will persuade people that your cause is just, vital and pressing. You will need to be able to talk and write about your mission for donors, funders, supporters and volunteers. Can you explain the importance of your work, why your organisation exists ... Keep Reading
What's the difference between funding and fundraising? Why is it important to have both funding and fundraising income in your charity organisation. Keep Reading
As fundraisers one of our key stewardship obligations is to take care of our donor’s information. At the very least we enter their information into our fundraising database, we apply passwords, and we usually rely on our fundraising software to deal with credit card security. All well and good but what about the information we hold in hard... Keep Reading