Capital appeals aren’t easy, read this blog from Money Tree Fundraising to find out the key indicators of success for a capital appeal.
Pound for pound, return on investment figures differ depending on the type of fundraising you’re doing and tend to be higher for trusts and foundations, major gifts, grants and capital appeals.
Deanna Wolf, Senior Consultant – Trust Fundraising, has 5 tips for dealing with emergency trust fundraising needs. Alongside her recommendations for building a strong trust fundraising programme, these tips will help you keep your doors open and your projects funding.
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.
When we hire a fundraiser we are responsible for choosing the person who will succeed for us. We can’t afford to benchmark against the candidates who turn up for interview, we must know the benchmarks already so that we know what success looks like before it walks through the door and introduces itself.