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  • How to support the sustainability of funded projects

    For Fair Share Trust, ensuring funded projects create a positive lasting impact has to be foremost in the minds of Local Agents. For local projects which have benefited from Fair Share Trust funding, it can often be a case of trying to survive. But is continuation funding always really essential and is it possible to achieve sustainability simply by creating the impact? This how-to looks the different componets of achieving sustanability and creating a lasting impact on your area.

  • How to Harry Potterise your internet and direct mail appeals... and get donors giving when times are tough

    What do high performing fundraising appeals and Harry Potter have in common? And in both cases, what makes donors give and readers buy even when they’re going through a rough financial patch? The answer? Reader-hooking commercial creative writing principles. Harry Potterise your appeals by using the following commercial writing principles.

  • Measuring your social return on investment - beginners' guide to SROI

    Prove your organisation’s impact with this introductory course to social return on investment from Social Value UK (formerly the SROI Network). Whether you’re seeking new funding or simply want to ensure your day to day activities connect to your objectives, SROI can help you understand, manage and quantify the value you are creating.

  • What difference are we making? Understanding and assessing impact.

    In the current economic climate proving and improving your impact can be the key to securing funding and ensuring the survival of your organisation. Learn how to measure the difference you're making by collecting evidence, identifying your outcomes and outputs, and setting performance indicators.

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