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URGENT: 10 things foundation trustees and other funders should do now

Time to protect your investment (and your own mission) by protecting your charities! An open letter to philanthropists, trustees of grant-making foundations, and other funders: Some of the charities you fund are on the verge of going bust. If you haven’t heard from them yet, or it’s still just a trickle of enquiries, it’s quite…
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Charities may be eligible for Coronavirus loan help

The government’s Coronavirus Business interruption Loan scheme (CBILS) may be more relevant than first thought The government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) has been set up to help businesses affected by the Coronavirus disruption, providing mainly loan finance up to £5m (or £250k unsecured) for businesses with a turnover below £45m. Repayments can be…
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Fundraising in a Day: five questions answered

Ahead of his upcoming training course – Fundraising in a Day – trainer, George, answers five common questions to get your fundraising plan off to a flying start. Do you know how much money it costs you to fundraise? Finding the most cost-effective fundraising stream is vital to growing your charity. When you consider the…
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Five top tips for legacy fundraising

Dr. Claire Routley, co-editor of ‘Legacy and In-memory Fundraising’ shares her five top tips for legacy fundraising in this short video. Legacy and In-memory Fundraising brings together 24 of the charity sector’s biggest thinkers and most experienced fundraisers to offer you sound, practical advice. Legacy data analysis Digital communications and media New in-memory giving strategies Legacy…
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