The shortlist for the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) National Fundraising Awards has been announced. The awards are now in their 24th year, and function as a showcase of fundraising excellence and achievements over the past 12 months.
You don’t always have to come up with the next ‘big idea’. It’s ok to take a classic event and put your own twist on it. Here are some of the instaGiv team favourites. Hopefully they help get your creative juices flowing.
We are really excited to launch our new competition service linked to Mobile Donations.
More and more charities are recognising the benefit of running a competition as part of their fundraising initiatives. Lotteries and competitions are subject to very strict regulations and this has historically dissuaded some charities from using them to fundraise. Click below to find out more.
Why not join our FREE webinar – introduction to mobile fundraising and engagement. We will provide an overview of our services, products and platform features. A live demonstration of the platform and basic functionality followed by a question and answer session.
Organised by Volac, which is the agent for the wrap in the UK, the campaign ran for the first time last year, and raised £10,000. Each roll of the pink wrap sold to farmers resulted in a £3 donation to the charity, with Volac, film manufacturer Trioplast, and the farmer each contributing £1.
In the past 25 years, the game changers in fundraising have come about through legislative or technological changes; a change in the law or regulations allowed charities to fundraise on TV, make all donations potentially tax effective and enable direct debits to be set up over the phone.
Check out our new website for your chance to win a FREE keyword for your charity.
As project leader, I am looking to pull together a picture of what best practice looks like with regard to the relationships between fundraisers (and their organisations) and trusts and foundations and how this can create a good donor experience. I have already approached some trust fundraisers as well as some trusts and foundations, and I am now looking for additional input and feedback.
We will be performing a live demonstration of our platform. We will cover; an overview of the dashboard, ordering a keyword, setting up a campaign, real time reporting, importing contacts and downloading reports. A question and answer session will follow the demonstration.
1. Get Personal – For most charities it isn’t possible to physically say ‘thank you’ to each and every supporter face to face. However, there are…