Rose Longhurst

Rose Longhurst

Bond

Funding Policy Manager in the Effectiveness and Learning Team at Bond, Rose specialiases in statutory, institutional and trust fundraising and organisational development, and is passionate about human rights and development.
 

Posts

19 July 2017
UK CSOs need mitigation strategies to survive a possible shortfall in EU annual funding as high as €356.9 million, shows Bond's new research.
boy holding a seedling in a field
14 December 2016
Some key recommendations from Bond's new Future Funding Forum report on how funders can improve the situation for smaller, locally-owned civil society organisations.
People in a field
4 October 2016
At the risk of championing another buzzword that becomes meaningless after it’s been used in a thousand proposals, community foundations may offer an alternative to the top-down approach to development that many want to disrupt.
Golden coins and globe
26 July 2016
Why do donors who support international causes fail to directly fund local civil society organisations, despite championing the benefits?
coin stacks
22 December 2015
Rose Longhurst is 'saddened to hear that Target TB, a small NGO that was lauded for their achievements despite minimal resources, has made the decision to close' and asks what this says about realistic cost recovery.
An all-male panel at the Global Summit of Women
26 October 2015
Last week I received invites to three events with all-male panels. This alone should be enough to shock you. But the responses I received from the event organisers are more incredible. Read on to find out who won the misogyny prize!
Donors discuss interests and requirements
26 May 2015
Rose Longhurst, Bond's Funding Policy Advisor, kicks off a series of blog posts inspired by the findings and recommendations of the Bond Fast Forward report.