Zoe Abrahamson is Bond’s senior funding adviser. She coordinates Bond’s funding stream, acting as conduit between funders and NGOs. She helps NGOs realise the need to diversify their income sources, reducing reliance on traditional grants and exploring other opportunities.
Before joining Bond she was a programme development specialist at Plan International UK, where she developed multi-million pound commercial consortia bids for DFID. She was a programme manager at Target TB, where she managed health programmes in Zambia, India and East Timor for a range of donors including DFID, Comic Relief and the Big Lottery Fund. Prior to this she worked Itad, a leading Monitoring & Evaluation consultancy for the development sector.
28 October 2020
Crucial financial challenges that all organisations need to consider to survive the Covid-19 pandemic and plan for the future.
12 May 2020
As traditional fundraising events and activities are cancelled, here are some ideas to change how your charity raises money from the UK public.
12 February 2020
In an increasingly competitive funding environment, it's crucial that INGOs diversify their funding models to remain sustainable. Here are five tips on how to do so.
10 October 2019
Highlights and takeaways from our third annual Funding for Development Conference.
15 August 2019
In order to realise the Civil Society strategy, the new government needs to produce a plan as to how it will be achieved.
26 September 2018
Four takeaways from ICAI's new performance review of DFID's approach to value for money in procurement.
9 August 2018
The most important parts of the government's new Civil Society Strategy, which sets the direction of government policy towards civil society over the next decade.
28 June 2018
The Supplier Review was supposed to broaden and diversify DFID's supplier base, but research shows that significant numbers of contracts are going to the same organisations.