- Lack of support from senior staff and lack of evidence are key issues
- New metrics for relationship fundraising are needed
- Developing cultures of philanthropy and the professionalisation of fundraising seen as underlying issues.
- Encourages fundraisers to ask questions about evidence and theory
- Basis for a new ‘movement’ of critical thinkers in fundraising
- Aim to change fundraising by ‘influencing the influences’
Some respondents to the Theory of Change consultation either explicitly stated, or implied, that Rogare was ‘too academic’, and so Rogare would be disconnected form the majority of the profession. Some of our AP members were concerned that Rogare would be considering issues purely for the sake of considering them, without connecting them to the majority of the profession.Continue reading OPINION: Resolving the tension between practice and academia in Rogare’s work
Rogare, the fundraising think tank, is delighted to announce 30 new members of its Advisory Panel (see below for full list of new members).Continue reading NEWS: New members join Rogare’s Advisory Panel