Tag Archives: charity

How to fundraise using video

Video is a great way to tell impactful stories on social media, making it a fantastic tool for fundraising. Ben Matthews, director at charity marketing agency Montfort, shares his tips on how to make and publish videos that will inspire and engage your existing supporters – and help you find new ones… Tell your story People want to know why …

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The insider’s guide to fundraising; Emma Manton

The start of the year can be a tough time for those trying to raise sponsorship for taking part in the Virgin Money London Marathon. The first rush of excitement about winning a place has gone, but April and the start line seem a long way off. How do you keep the pledges coming in? Running.London speaks to inspiring fundraisers …

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“I could never run that far” – a runner’s London Marathon story

Whether you are on the sidelines in London cheering on the runners, watching on television or running the Virgin Money London Marathon itself, the reasons people choose to take on the 26.2 miles stay with you long after the event itself. Samantha Lines shares her memories from last years London Marathon. Samantha’s Story The best part about the whole marathon …

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Making Dreams Come True by trekking the Arctic Circle

In January 2018, a team of six will trek 100km through the Arctic Circle, braving sub-zero temperatures, pulling their own equipment without huskies or snowmobiles. The challenge will be arduous, it will be painful and it will be exhausting but one thing will keep the team going throughout these trying conditions; raising money for Dreams Come True. The team is …

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Norwich: An Afternoon of Christmas Cheer

Join us in the Norwich Lounge on Friday 15 December for an afternoon of Christmas treats. The afternoon will start at 12:00 and will feature Christmas Songs, a local pianist and a String Quartet to get you into the festive spirit. We will also be offering goodies such as mince pies and sausage rolls for a suggested donation of £1 …

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