Good practice, case studies, expert advice and tips for fundraisers on managing and nurturing major charity donors.
He tells delegates at the International Fundraising Congress that most charities ask people in their late 60s for gifts, but wealthier people tend to make their wills a decade earlier
The philanthropist Nick Jenkins tells delegates at the conference that charities should educate donors to help them understand where help is needed
The research was carried out by Beth Breeze (pictured) of the University of Kent and Theresa Lloyd, a philanthropy adviser
Emma Turner of Barclays says its report also shows that entrepreneurs in the UK increasingly want to be involved in how their money is used
It was carried out by the Institute for Philanthropy after the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation said the Giving Pledge would be extended outside the US
David Ainsworth looks at whether wealthy donors are using Gift Aid to avoid paying tax
Downing Street says 'various options could be explored' to avoid a drop in charitable donations
An unexpected move in last week's Budget was the decision to cap tax reliefs on giving. David Ainsworth assesses the reaction
If the non-donating half of the richest 10 per cent started giving it could be worth at least £1bn to charities, says our columnist
It's sad that different types of fundraisers don't learn more from each other, says our columnist
Research commissioned by Barclays Wealth says philanthropists and corporate funders can take risks on early intervention initiatives that government will not support
Melanie Edge tells IoF convention those giving money should have the option not to receive a reply
Sunday Times Rich List reveals a drop in the amount given to charity by the richest donors
In 20 years, the proportion of all household spending that goes to good causes has stayed flat and the proportion of households that donate has fallen. Sophie Hudson asks how worried charities should be
Critics say the government has "unreasonable expectations" that philanthropists can make up for funding cuts
Rod Aldridge of the Aldridge Foundation tells our reporter Sophie Hudson how he likes to donate his skills, not just his cash, to the projects he works on
More than 200 separate seven-figure donations were made last year, with higher education remaining the favourite cause for donors
Charities told they must welcome new venture philanthropists who want to be involved in policy decisions as well as giving cash
The Grangewood Venture Philanthropy Project has attracted interest from individuals and trusts that had not previously given to the charity
Ministers insist the rich must play their part in the big society but few incentives are on offer, says our columnist
They give to causes that matter to them, says the associate lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University
They like to know how their money is being spent, they like to be thanked and they don't like waste. Kaye Wiggins interviews three leading philanthropists and compares and contrasts how they do things
Martin Brookes, chief executive of New Philanthropy Capital, will address Raising Funds from the Rich conference this week
'Window of opportunity' may open for major donor fundraisers in 2010/11 fiscal year
Rosie Chapman, executive director of policy and effectiveness at the commission, says charities should encourage their major donors to speak up
Philanthropists say trustworthiness, honesty and clear strategies will help charities hold on to wealthy givers in hard times
Charities should slash their targets for fundraising from corporates as they plan for the economic downturn, delegates at the Institute of Fundraising Scotland conference were told last week
Female philanthropists must be treated in a different way from men if successful relationships are to be built with them, according to the head of a global women's fund
Philanthropists are bypassing charities because they are frustrated by the pace at which the sector moves, according to US fundraiser Kay Sprinkel Grace
Livability, the disability support charity formed last year by the merger of John Grooms and the Shaftesbury Society, is launching a major donor recruitment campaign
The trusts and major individual support executive at WWF-UK is calm in a crisis
Leading philanthropists Sara Davenport, Claire MacKintosh, Ann Gloag and Debbie Fox reflect on women and giving
Major gift donors are increasingly important for charities. "The amount we receive this way is definitely going up," says Alan Gosschalk, director of fundraising at Shelter
Successful fundraising appeals rely on wealthy donors. Joe Lepper asks the experts for tips on attracting them
Charities are profiting from a boom in self-made millionaires eager to give their money away
Expert advice, tips and good practice case studies.
Regional Fundraising Manager (Wales, Midlands & the NW of England)
The Honeypot Children’s Charity Home-based in NW England or North/Mid-Wales (use of own car essential)
Regional Campaign Manager
Wesser The role will require regular travel within the UK. Wesser are able to offer some flexibility as to which region candidates may wish to start in.
YMCA Thames Gateway YMCA Dartford (and travel across all sites)
Head of Fundraising, Major Donor Relations and Legacies
Serving In Mission 2 Days per week at Wetheringsett, Stowmarket and 3 days flexible
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The Nazareth Trust UK and Nazareth
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