Trust Fundraising in the current context: IoF presentation CP Oct 2013

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Professor Cathy Pharoah's presentation to the Institute of Fundraising (UK) includes the latest trends in giving by family foundations including views on the direction of strategic change.

Professor Cathy Pharoah's presentation to the Institute of Fundraising (UK) includes the latest trends in giving by family foundations including views on the direction of strategic change.

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  • 1. Presentation to IOF Fundraising Conference Trust fundraising in the current context Cathy Pharoah CGAP, Cass Business School 07.10.2013
  • 2. CHALLENGES demand increasing – more hungry mouths statutory funders – looking towards trusts a) policy implementation b) collaboration, gaps supply slowing unmet need PRESSURE TO DO IT ALL BETTER funder engagement/ operational strategic funding outcome/impact/ results orientation social investment approaches www.shaw-trust.org.uk
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  • 6. dark matter major new family gifts nebulae emerging stars spending out n spectactular growth giant stars www.shaw-trust.org.uk
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  • 14. Few easy answers One easy bit…Read the Guidelines; Get the spelling, the names right! Sympathise with trusts’ problems – we’re all in this together Think about how funder might prioritise Big focus on need and evidence of how you will make a difference Innovation? – not necessarily problem-solving, how using resources What you/ Funder uniquely brings, why funding source matters Evidence of long-term thinking Highlight the total package the organisation offers, plus links, networking, knowledge-sharing www.shaw-trust.org.uk