Here’s another in our occasional selection of five tasty tweets for fundraisers – some serious, some useful or inspiring, and some to make you smile (or wince).
1. Love it or hate it
In the new economy, with a weaker pound and price rises starting to bite, there are always new fundraising opportunities. If it’s not Marmite jars, you could always try original Toblerone bars.
— Michael McGrath (@MichaelMc_Grath) October 12, 2016
2. Legacy impact
All charitable legacies are valuable, but some achieve outstanding impact. CAF looks at what one legacy has achieved over 100 years.
— CAF (@cafonline) November 11, 2016
3. Spending a penny on advertising
Here’s some of fundraising agency Blakely’s recruitment advertising at the AFP Congress in Toronto.
Hilarious @BlakelyJourney !
Love the restroom sponsorship at #AFPcongress very creative
(first and only washroom tweet) pic.twitter.com/T0mhrkf8fD
— Paul Nazareth (@UinvitedU) November 21, 2016
4. Cashless giving beckons
JustGiving is working on a mobile tap to give donation app with PayPal.
— Julie Roberts (@Julie_Roberts1) November 25, 2016
5. Like? Don’t like
We’ve seen cutting comments by others on the need to avoid vanity metrics (such as Unicef Sweden’s Likes don’t save children’s lives campaign), so here is Southend News Network’s take on the real world value of Facebook likes.
— SouthendNewsNetwork (@SouthendNewsNet) November 29, 2016
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