As it emerges that some charities have not paid the levy to the Fundraising Regulator, Adrian Sargeant asks if fundraising’s new regulatory regime represents value for money.Continue reading OPINION: What price fundraising regulation?
This is a collection of blogs looking at the the ethics of fundraising regulation.Continue reading KNOWLEDGE: Fundraising ethics blogs – regulation
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
Fundraising is in or close to crisis in the UK and USA in part because senior leaders are confused about their strategic roles. Marc Pitman presents the results of a survey that shows just how confused they are.Continue reading OPINION: Better nonprofit leadership will help avert future fundraising crises
Fundraisers would have more success raising money if they spent more time talking to trustees and senior leadership teams, says Ian MacQuillin. Total relationship fundraising might just be the answer.Continue reading NEW IDEAS: Refashioning relationship fundraising – it’s about more than just donors
One of the good things about charities is that they don’t compete the way companies do and are much better at sharing and collaborating. All well and good up to a point, says Joe Jenkins, until you can’t distinguish one charity’s fundraising from another’s.Continue reading OPINION: Share and share alike – until we’re all doing exactly the same thing
Ian MacQuillin rewinds the clock to wonder what would have happened if the government had proposed establishing the Fundraising Preference Service while the lobbying bill was going through parliament.Continue reading OPINION: The lobbying bill and the FPS – a counterfactual