News Articles

(via UKFundraising)

By Howard Lake

Research into philanthropy in Ireland has improved but is still limited, a recent seminar in Dublin has heard.

(via The Guardian)

By Christy Cooney and Ciaran Price

It’s been eight months since the fateful referendum and we are now starting to see a slightly clearer picture of what to expect from Brexit and how charities fit into the equation.

What do we know?

(via Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action)

By Rachel Shannon

People in Northern Ireland are more likely to give money to charity compared to one year ago, according to NICVA's latest Individual Giving survey.

(via Transform Foundation)

(via Charity Choice)

Major giving in the UK is still falling far short of US levels. Tobin Aldrich looks at why this is the case and how UK charities, through changing their approach to trustee board engagement, can rectify this.

(via Charity Choice)

James Wainwright, individual giving and membership manager, Epilepsy Action:

“Trust”

In 2017, more than ever before, as fundraisers we must first win people’s trust before we can win their support.

(via School for Social Enterprises in Ireland)

Additional £1000 Bursaries Announced: Apply Now

(via Civil Society)

By Emily Corfe

The Heritage Lottery Fund has recommitted its funding and confidence in the “Investing in Northern Ireland’s Heritage” fundraising training programme for Northern Ireland’s Heritage and Environment Sector – by extending its grant support for a further two years up until