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Third Sector Fundraising 1st 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
Teenager dies after taking the ice bucket challenge and jumping into quarry Teenager dies after taking the ice bucket challenge and jumping into quarry
 
Income from wills increased by almost 10 per cent in the past year Income from wills increased by almost 10 per cent in the past year
 
Sevenoaks tops JustGiving's 'most generous town' figures Sevenoaks tops JustGiving's 'most generous town' figures
 
Big Society Network made exaggerated claims in project funding application, newspaper claims Big Society Network made exaggerated claims in project funding application, newspaper claims
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Latest Fundraising News
Fourteen youth charities to benefit from Libor-fines fund, launched by Brooks Newmark Fourteen youth charities to benefit from Libor-fines fund, launched by Brooks Newmark
 
Prince's Trust garden centre no longer a target for Pets at Home Prince's Trust garden centre no longer a target for Pets at Home
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Latest Fundraising Jobs
 
Trusts, Foundations and Corporate Fundraiser £23,000 - £25,000 depending on experience, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey
 
Bid Writer/ Fundraiser Circa £30,000, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
 
Trust Fundraising Manager £34,616 - £39,046 plus London Weighting of £3,550, London (City of), London (Greater)
 
Fundraising Development Executive Competitive, Berkshire / Sandhurst, Berkshire
 
Development Executive £25,000 p/a + benefits, London (Greater)
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Other News
 
ShelterBox founder Tom Henderson charged with fraud
 
Stephen Lloyd, noted charity lawyer, dies in boating accident
 
Homeless International to take on social enterprise model
 
Comment
Editorial: Grayling's dig at charities needs putting in context Not all criticism of a government should be construed as politically motivated, writes Stephen Cook Editorial: Grayling's dig at charities needs putting in context
 
Latest Good Practice
Analysis: 'Social Saturday will show how to buy in a better way' A day in September has been set aside to increase public awareness of social enterprises. Mathew Little reports Analysis: 'Social Saturday will show how to buy in a better way'
 
Digital Campaign of the Week
Cats Protection launches new game Cat lovers can try their hand at running a virtual rehoming centre, thanks to a new app from the animal welfare charity Cats Protection launches new game
 
Latest From The Blogs RSS Feed
 
I did the ice bucket – and I donated as well
Helen Crane, August 29, 2014
 
 
 
First impressions of the new charities minister
Sam Burne James, August 22, 2014
 
 
 
A to-do list for Brooks Newmark
Richard Caulfield, August 21, 2014
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Latest comments

"Very many applicants overstate their case in funding proposals. The onus is on the funder to rigorously check those claims - especially when they have solicited the bid themselves."

Peter Grant on the article 'Big Society Network made exaggerated claims in project funding application, newspaper claims'


 

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