Here are five more tweets for fundraisers, three of them featuring funding opportunities for fundraisers (with a London focus), and two reminding us of the value and extent of philanthropy, which really comes down to its impact on individuals who want to help and those who need help.
1. Eco-audit for London organisations
— LDN Sustainability X (@LSx_News) February 28, 2017
2. Feeding into a major funder’s strategy
London again, but a chance to comment on one of the City’s largest funders’ strategy.
— City Bridge Trust (@CityBridgeTrust) February 23, 2017
New categories in “the oldest and most prestigious Awards recognising excellence in Community Engagement benefiting Greater London”. I know, more London.
— CityPartnershipsTeam (@CityRegen) February 21, 2017
4. A history of modern philanthropy
— BeyondMe (@BeyondMeOrg) February 28, 2017
5. Why does fundraising matter?
I’ve saved the best for last.
If you ever need reminding about why fundraising matters, why professional fundraising matters, why it’s important to be able to ask, and just how much everyone in the UK relies on charities, sometimes in the most extreme of circumstances, read Margaret Clifton McNulty’s article. It is written by a professional fundraiser but, as she explains, in a personal capacity as an aunt.
Really moving personal piece about the power of fundraising – please read. https://t.co/YoHLXiVvu2
— Mary Campbell (@MaryGreens) March 2, 2017
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