- 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’
Amanda Shepard outlines Rogare’s new theory of change, which aims to move fundraisers away from a ‘copy the case study’ model to a situation where they demand to see the evidence for what they are being told to do.Continue reading NEW IDEAS: Teach a fundraiser to fish…Rogare’s theory of change for fundraising
A series of reports highlighting issues and challenges facing the fundraising professions in various countries around the world is to be launched by Rogare, the fundraising think tank.Continue reading NEWS: New report series will identify fundraising challenges and issues around the world
Each month, the Critical Fundraising blog presents a digest of the best fundraising-related blogs and articles that have adopted a critical fundraising mode of thought.Continue reading KNOWLEDGE: Blog digest December 2016
Fundraisers are being called on to make changes but they’re also being told not to think too much about how they do it. Ian MacQuillin wonders if there’s an anti-intellectual undercurrent in fundraising.