Best of the blogs: using social media to engage staff, the future of community fundraising, what happens to relationships with donors when you leave, and analysing your marketing goals

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Using social media in a thoughtful and honest way can break through hierarchies and engage staff, writes Liam Barrington-Bush, founder of Concrete Solutions. 

Read Barrington-Bush’s blog

What is community fundraising in the 21st century and beyond, asks fundraising and marketing expert Tony Elischer

Read Elischer’s blog 

Experienced fundraiser Kimberly Mackenzie writes about the best way to leave when you have built up close relationships with your donors.

Read Mackenzie’s blog

Marketing consultant Nancy E Schwartz says it is vital for charities to analyse whether their marketing goals are too attainable or too much of a stretch.

Read Schwatz’s blog

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