In partnership with Buzzacott LLP, we present the fourth webinar in a series exploring governance principles, challenges and structure in the INGO sector.
Long-term funding is a constant challenge in development. Ripple Effect is directly challenging funders to take more risks and support its innovative social enterprise model.
Investing in enterprise and diversifying income streams is vital for INGOs wanting to build financial resilience and adaptability in a rapidly changing world.
Fundraising has always been challenging, but these unprecedented times require many organisations to rethink their approach.
This session shares findings from the latest Bond survey on the impact of inflation on the sector, and provides advice and support on successful financial management in times of crisis for NGOs.
As we come to the end of our Responsible Fundraising series, what have we learnt and what next for our work to help support INGOs to become better partners and allies to grassroots activists and local organisations when fundraising?
Amref Health Africa recently found that fundraising appeals led by the people they intend to help can raise more money and be more effective than those created by the charity itself. What can we learn and adopt into our own fundraising?
Our latest work on funding looks at whether generating income can not only help with the financial sustainability of organisations, but also support a shift in power to social activists and communities. What have we learned so far?
During the first of our Responsible Fundraising sessions we heard a fascinating and informative insight into how Restless Development have embraced and implemented their responsible fundraising strategy. Here is what we learnt.