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Third Sector Fundraising 2nd October 2014
 
Third Sector Fundraising brings you the latest fundraising news and best practice, including digital fundraising, legacy fundraising, trust fundraising, street fundraising, direct marketing, corporate partnerships and events.
 
Latest Fundraising News
Cabinet Office to review guidelines on solicitation statements for telephone and face-to-face fundraising Cabinet Office to review guidelines on solicitation statements for telephone and face-to-face fundraising
 
Northern Rock Foundation says it is likely to close Northern Rock Foundation says it is likely to close
 
Cathy Pharoah says charities should stop trying to please funders and be more open about core costs Cathy Pharoah says charities should stop trying to please funders and be more open about core costs
 
Former IoF director Stephen Lee wants commission on future of telephone fundraising Former IoF director Stephen Lee wants commission on future of telephone fundraising
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Prince's Regeneration Trust offers training in fundraising for heritage rebuilding Prince's Regeneration Trust offers training in fundraising for heritage rebuilding
 
Charity Commission launches statutory inquiry into fundraising arrangements at Hospice Aid UK Charity Commission launches statutory inquiry into fundraising arrangements at Hospice Aid UK
 
LandAid offers £1m funding for building projects to help disadvantaged young people LandAid offers £1m funding for building projects to help disadvantaged young people
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Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Head of Development £38 - £45k, London
 
Trusts Fundraiser £21,000-27,000 per annum, Hackthorpe (Cumbria) or London
 
Senior Statutory Funding Manager Circa £37,000 plus benefits, Bromley
 
Fundraising Manager, Homeless Link £32,680 - £35,374 pa plus benefits such as 30 days annual leave per year and pension scheme, Lambeth, London (Greater)
 
Development Director Competitive plus a range of benefits, Bath, Somerset
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Brooks Newmark quits as charities minister over newspaper article
 
NSPCC rebrands to 'focus on solutions to child abuse rather than the problem'
 
Help the Hospices rebrands as Hospice UK
 
Equine charity to launch petition against Dartmoor Hill Pony Association's horsemeat plan
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In Depth
Charity calling: What's the outlook for telephone fundraising? The sector receives £35m of its annual income from telephone fundraising, but there are signs that the method is increasingly unpopular with the public. Susannah Birkwood reports; and a practitioner tells his story Charity calling: What's the outlook for telephone fundraising?
 
Comment
Matthew Sherrington: 'The ice bucket challenge has been the cause of a great deal of bitchiness' Whether it was genuine engagement with the cause or just being part of the zeitgeist, the motives behind donors' participation in the fundraising craze were not for charities to decide, writes our columnist Matthew Sherrington: 'The ice bucket challenge has been the cause of a great deal of bitchiness'
 
Star supporters
Warwick Davis becomes a stockbroker for the day to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation Plus: George Clooney, Prince Harry, Vernon Kaye, Pixie Lott, Adrian Chiles and Denise Van Outen Warwick Davis becomes a stockbroker for the day to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation
 
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Incentives for volunteering aren’t as simple as they look
Tom Levitt, September 30, 2014
 
 
 
By calling for diversity, we disregard existing volunteers
Rob Jackson, September 29, 2014
 
 
 
Scotland: it was feelings wot won it. Remember that, charities
matthewsherrington, September 22, 2014
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Latest comments

"A lot of people had a laugh with their friends and at the same time raised a lot of money for a deserving cause - and from a craze that wasn't planned and launched by a charity, but by people inspired to make a difference. I have difficutly seeing the downside in all of that.
All the best to the next beneficiaries of those lovely people behind clicktivism."

Douglas Graham on the article "Matthew Sherrington: 'The ice bucket challenge has been the cause of a great deal of bitchiness"


 
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