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A great new blog from Lucy Gower: 7 tips for fundraising innovation in 2016
Charities do not operate in a vacuum, consumer trends will impact on your fundraising techniques and in a rapidly changing world charities must be responsive to these trends in order to thrive.
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Do we need ‘children with hunger bellies’ to raise funds for international aid? A recent analysis of British, Dutch and Flemish NGO-campaigns sheds new light on that question.
Do we need ‘children with hunger bellies’ to raise funds for international aid? A recent analysis of British, Dutch and Flemish NGO-campaigns sheds new light on that question. Development organisations bombard their audience with pictures of sad and hungry African children. At least, that is the assumption of many people in Europe. Critics argue that …
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Read Beth Kanter's great new blog to find out the one healthy habit that all fundraisers should adopt this year!
I am working on a book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Impact without Burnout, with co-author Aliza Sherman. The book will help fundraisers and the nonprofit organizations they work for learn how to take care of themselves while doing the stressful work of raising money. Self-care isn’t just something you do to pamper yourself (massage anyone?), it is integral …
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"Legacy giving is like dieting" - new blog by Richard Radcliffe
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When it comes to storytelling, are fundraisers making a dumb mistake? Read the new blog by Simone Joyaux
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London Kirsty shares 5 ways charities can address out of hours #socialmedia work
Charities do not operate in a vacuum, consumer trends will impact on your fundraising techniques and in a rapidly changing world charities must be responsive to these trends in order to thrive.
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VIDEO: Some insightful thoughts on fundraising ethics from Ian MacQuillan,director of Rogare, the fundraising think tank at Plymouth University’s Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy.
Kumi Naidoo (Greenpeace International) delivered this remarkably inspirational closing plenary at the International Fundraising Congress (IFC) 2014.
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Some great insights into fundraising in Asia from Usha Menon
By Usha Menon (January 2016) Special thanks for input from Wei Zheng (China), Sarath Yoeung (Cambodia), Daniel To (HongKong ), Kunal Varma (India), Maitra Widiantini Faiszal (Indonesia), Aliyah Karen (Malaysia), Mayan Quebral (Philippines), Rod Paterson (Thailand). Fundraising in Asia is surviving the economic slowdown while at the same time thriving in some places, although not …
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Tom Ahern puts forward five fundraising trends for 2016 in his new blog on 101fundraising
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"Relationship is the most important asset we have. It is the only sustainable pathway to growth. So why do we treat it with such contempt?" asks Charlie Hulme. Read his blog now:

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Joe Jenkins shares 15 lessons learned from his time as a director at Friends of the Earth
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The global network for fundraising, resource mobilisation and philanthropy
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The Resource Alliance works with non-profit organisations around the world to help them achieve their financial sustainability by building skills, knowledge and promoting excellence within civil society. An international charity headquartered in London with regional offices in India and Uganda, we aim to be the global network for fundraising, resource mobilisation and philanthropy. 

Every year we re-invest the surplus income generated from the International Fundraising Congress (IFC) to fund our global work. 

We operate in partnership with a network of volunteers and civil society organisations internationally. With regional representatives in Africa and Asia, our multi-national team brings together international experience and a wealth of local knowledge. 

Since our formation in 1981, we have made an impact on the sector globally by successfully helping many non-profit organisations in developing countries increase their fundraising capabilities and long-term financial sustainability. 

We look forward to making a difference over the next 30 years.
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