Tag Archives: Making your brand famous

Fundraising and twitter; getting your story into the twittersphere

Every charity has a story to tell but it’s not always easy to get them in front of the right people. Well social media is a great place to start and Marcus Webb, former global editor-in-chief of Time Out – which has over 10 million twitter followers – spoke to us about the tips he always follows when pushing things …

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A Christmas Campaign can boost your charity’s year

Kim Allen and Edward Tait from Crisis – known for their amazing annual homeless Christmas appeal – share their secrets on the art of storytelling and using social media to put on a successful festive period fundraising campaign. If you think the high street starts the countdown to Christmas early, with shops awash with stockings the moment the clocks go …

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A successful event is within every charity’s reach

Ten tips for throwing a successful event

A new event can do wonders for a charity – raising awareness and cash in equal measure, while also giving the chance to reward existing fundraisers and recruit new ones. Salley Barney, from the Royal Parks Half, and Alex Rochford, from The Producers UK, talk us through the success stories they’ve seen. The numbers are mind-boggling. Sixteen thousand runners a …

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