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Third Sector Fundraising 19th September 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
Charity partnerships with corporates are now longer and worth more, says report Charity partnerships with corporates are now longer and worth more, says report
 
Manchester Dogs' Home appeal raises £1.4m in less than four days Manchester Dogs' Home appeal raises £1.4m in less than four days
 
Donations to Teenage Cancer Trust through Stephen Sutton hit £5m Donations to Teenage Cancer Trust through Stephen Sutton hit £5m
 
One in ten has given to charity as a result of the ice bucket challenge, says CAF study One in ten has given to charity as a result of the ice bucket challenge, says CAF study
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Shelter retail division made loss of £169,000 last year, annual report reveals Shelter retail division made loss of £169,000 last year, annual report reveals
 
DfID launches new £150m funding round for small and medium-sized charities DfID launches new £150m funding round for small and medium-sized charities
 
Tesco announces new long-term deal with the British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK Tesco announces new long-term deal with the British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK
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Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Trusts and Foundations Fundraiser £23,000 - £25,000 depending on experience, Walton-on-Thames
 
Community Fundraising Manager Circa £32,000, South East England
 
Regional Fundraising Manager - South West £23-25,000, Bristol, City of Bristol
 
Development Director Competitive plus a range of benefits, Bath, Somerset
 
Fundraising Development Executive Competitive, Sandhurst, Berkshire
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Electoral Commission amends guidance to lobbying act
 
Charity that owns Big Society Network says it does not have to pay money back to Cabinet Office
 
Latest Good Practice
Legacies: Guide Dogs broadens its appeal An advertising campaign across print and radio has proved profitable for the charity, as Susannah Birkwood finds out Legacies: Guide Dogs broadens its appeal
 
Richard Radcliffe: We should think more about donors - and trust them Fundraisers should consider the changing pressures on people making wills and take the long-term view, according to the consultant and legacy expert Richard Radcliffe: We should think more about donors - and trust them
 
Digital Campaign of the Week
Save the Children The charity has released a video that puts viewers in the position of someone who is not able to read as part of its Read On. Get On campaign Save the Children
 
Latest From The Blogs RSS Feed
 
Pension risks: time to take a stand
Gareth Hopkins, September 17, 2014
 
 
 
The Manchester Dogs’ Home tragedy takes charity back to basics
Sam Burne James, September 12, 2014
 
 
 
Why I changed my mind about corporate volunteering
Eleanor Rosenbach, September 10, 2014
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Latest comments

"ChangeUp (remember that?) ran for a number of years and ploughed significant amounts of money into local level work to encourage, support and promote collaboration and relationship building. TLI was the coalition's replacement for ChangeUp, intended to build upon the work already done.

How much extra time is needed before such local level collaboration and relationship building work comes to fruition? Ten years? Twenty? And how long exactly is the public purse supposed to fund this for?"

Rob Jackson on the article 'Transforming Local Infrastructure programme created many successful projects, report says'


 
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