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Third Sector Fundraising 29th January 2015
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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.

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Latest Fundraising News
Fundraising Initiatives buys telephone fundraising agency R Fundraising Fundraising Initiatives buys telephone fundraising agency R Fundraising
 
£4m Department of Health fund now open for applications £4m Department of Health fund now open for applications
 
£1m fund to support Scottish sporting groups re-opens for applications £1m fund to support Scottish sporting groups re-opens for applications
 
Proportion of people who include legacies in their wills is increasing Proportion of people who include legacies in their wills is increasing
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Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Community Fundraiser £26,595 to £30,845, East Clyffe, Nr Salisbury
 
Fundraising Officer £24,186 per annum + benefits, PO18 0QZ
 
Director of Fundraising and Communications circa £70,000, Clapham Common, London (Greater)
 
Community Fundraiser £21,500 -£26,000, Bristol, City of Bristol
 
Head of Community Fundraising £47,500 p.a. pro rata + benefits, Hampstead Town, London (Greater)
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Power to Change launches first grants programme Power to Change launches first grants programme
 
Public's main concern with charities is how they spend money, says NPC poll Public's main concern with charities is how they spend money, says NPC poll
 
In Depth
The Chris Stoddard fundraising method Stoddard has been at the helm of a series of direct-mail agencies that have gone out of business. Stephen Cook and Andy Hillier chart the story of his comebacks and talk to his charity clients The Chris Stoddard fundraising method
 
Star supporters
Sir Ranulph Fiennes to take on 'the toughest foot-race on earth' for Marie Curie Cancer Care Plus: Peter Andre, the Prince of Wales, Frank Skinner, Danny Boyle, Ben Shephard, Monica Galetti and Prince Harry Sir Ranulph Fiennes to take on 'the toughest foot-race on earth' for Marie Curie Cancer Care
 
Latest Good Practice
Stephen Pidgeon: We chase young donors at the risk of ignoring where the real wealth lies It's a fact of life that people in their 50s and early 60s are the ones with the money to donate seriously, writes our columnist Stephen Pidgeon: We chase young donors at the risk of ignoring where the real wealth lies
 
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Changing media coverage of charities won’t be easy
Susannah Birkwood, January 28, 2015
 
 
 
The future looks bright for charities controlled by councils
Alan Eccles, January 26, 2015
 
 
 
Transparency and politics in think tanks and charities
Matthew Sherrington, January 21, 2015
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Latest comments

"Good luck to them if they can make it work. But I can't help wondering if they might better spend the £50k by giving it to Community Newswire to extend its services."

Arman Alan Ali commenting on the article "NCVO to spend £50,000 on 'sector newsroom' to encourage positive news stories"


 

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