Non-Profit

The fundraiser’s fundraiser…talking all things fundraising and charities and non-profits and more…

Episodes

This week features appearances from Jen Love and John Lepp.

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We are chatting live with Jonathan Cook about the words that make fundraising pages raise more!

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Chatting to Laura Croudace!

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A #Coronavirus #COVID19 special! Sorry!

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Includes:

  • Coronavirus/Fundraising Update
  • Conference cancellations
  • #MissingOut report and #IWD2020
  • @SaveChildrenUK complaint mismanagement
  • #IWITOT
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In this 100th Episode Special, guest host Jen Love turns the tables and interviews Simon!

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Covering the Coronavirus, Digital Candle, the decrease in fundraising complaints and the IoF's sexual harassment complaints.

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This week includes the Coronavirus, IoF's Chartered Status, charity losing 1 million in cyber fraud, Alzheimer Society's alleged payout, new UK £20 note fundraising campaigns, RSPCA strike action, gaming in Sport Relief and fundraiser origin stories.

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#FundraisingNews - includes talk about Jeff Bezos, Bloomberg, the Civil Society bursary, Donr's safety net and more.

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Linda Arnmark has worked in fundraising at Médecins Sans Frontières for 12 years and is now New Zealand Fundraising Manager. In that time, she birthed three boys and helped establish Médecins Sans Frontières New Zealand. In fact, she was so involved and in love with Médecins Sans Frontières New Zealand she termed it her ‘fourth child.’

Is launching a fundraising program in a new market all that different to raising
kids?

Linda will explore the labour of love that went into establishing Médecins Sans Frontières New Zealand and show the success of the first two years of fundraising.
But raising a child or a charity doesn’t come with only rewards. There are of course challenges. Linda loves her baby number 4, but do New Zealanders know who Médecins Sans Frontières is, and if not, what is the best way to tell them? Given Médecins Sans Frontières New Zealand runs out of Sydney, Australia, how do you get staff on board with such a mammoth task, taking on more work for no additional love? And how do you nourish a charity from a distance? How do you love donors from across the sea? Finally, where is Médecins Sans Frontières New Zealand headed now she’s truly exited the baby stage and in the throws of the toddler years?

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