In this blog we try to debunk some of the most popular myths about trust fundraising – whether it is about raising money for a community interest company, proving your track record to a grant-makers satisfaction or applying for unrestricted money and covering your overheads through grants.
Major Donor fundraising is not as tricky as you might think and it is the one way of fundraising that works regardless of your organisation’s size or cause area and it can be set up on a shoestring budget – as long as it done well. There is no charity that can afford to not consider this area of fundraising.
It is often self-imposed barriers that are really preventing a Major Donor Programme from flourishing. In reality, none of the feared-for barriers is insurmountable. WATCH Mike Bartlett give his insights on the barriers that charities face in adopting a Major Donor Programme.
The options available for charities for raising money can feel overwhelming and packed full of jargon: high-value, grants, corporate partnerships, acquisition, retention, life-time-value. It can be hard to know where to start and rarely does any charity have a systematic and successful process for raising voluntary income from multiple sources. Read on to discover how your charity can take advantage of a suite of high-value fundraising activities.
How do you successfully implement a Major Donor Fundraising programme for your hospice?
At Money Tree Fundraising we know major donor fundraising. Over the last seven years we have worked with many charities keen to raise more money to expand the life-changing work they do.
There are donors for whom a Capital fundraising programme is the perfect project to fund, offering them security, longevity and recognition. However, it is not easy. Find out how you can fund your next project successfully.
With Trusts accounting for £4 billion of income in 2014-15 for the UK charity sector, is Trust fundraising an income source you can afford not to take seriously? In the UK, close to 10,000 charitable trusts grant over £4 billion per year to good causes. Many organisations have found that this can be a reliable and steady stream of income.