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  • Funding and income

    Tips and guidance on bringing money into your charity or voluntary organisation - from individual giving and legacies, to bidding for grants and digital fundraising.

  • Opening a successful charity shop

    A Southend voluntary service on its experience of refurbishing part of its building to set up shop.

  • How to manage a project underspend

    A few Fair Share Trust (FST) areas have experienced leftover funding from their grants in recent months. Though an underspend is not anticipated as an ideal outcome, it is not always a negative thing and if the issue is dealt with appropriately the funds can be used to further benefit the area. Wales Community Foundation, Local Agent for Fair Share Trust, experienced underspend in the Wrexham area, read on about their strategy to re-allocate the funds. Helen Fagan from the Community Foundation Wales shares her experiences below.

  • How-to guides, funding

  • Fundraising

    Anything categorised as fundraising

  • How to donate your car to a good cause

    Rather than selling your car for profit, why not consider supporting your favourite charity and donate it to a great cause? Here are a few things to consider to ensure your donation has a positive impact. 

  • How to get started with fundraising

    Are you a trustee looking to raise funds for your small charity? Perhaps you are a member of staff who has been asked to fundraise alongside your core job responsibilities? This guide shows five steps to help you get started with fundraising and increase your results in a limited time.

  • How to identify, assess and manage the risks associated with trading

    All trading activities involve some level of risk, so risk management is a vital part of knowing how to trade. There are three steps to risk management:

  • How to fundraise on social media

    The charity fundraising landscape is changing and it’s likely that more charities are going to start fundraising on social media . Traditional methods of fundraising such as print or telephone fundraising can also be expensive and involve risk. Social media can be a cost effective way to generate funds. There are five key things you need to do to fundraise on social media.

  • How to keep good fundraising files

    Have you ever missed a funding deadline because you couldn’t produce the supporting documents required? Is collating the information you need putting you off even thinking about applying for funding? Maybe you have lots of spreadsheets or important documents saved somewhere on old or multiple computers? If so you are not alone and this post is for you. 

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