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You’re listening to “Fixing Fundraising”, in which we hash out the biggest problems in the sector – from racist recruitment practices to power dynamics with donors Join Tom DeFraine and Andy King as we speak to guests from all over the world about how to be better in our business of changing the world Episode transcriptions available at fixingfundraising.uk
 
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In this episode Andy and Tom are joined by Richard and Jeff and their dulcet American tones to talk about why it's not just about the money! Richard and Jeff are the authors of It's Not Just About the Money but their new book, It's Not Just About the Donor explores the best practice blueprint for major gifts managers worldwide. You can listen to mo…
 
Jon Cornejo is a campaigner, organiser, and anti-racism specialist. They have led on campaign development and delivery at Amnesty International, Save the Children, and in the refugee sector. They’re also an organiser at Charity So White, a movement that is shifting the narrative on institutional racism in the charity sector. They are currently an a…
 
Lesley Pinder is on Twitter @Skipinder and works in supporter experience for British Red Cross. You can learn about their design principles here: https://design.redcross.org.uk/ Lesley's links: https://ideeo.io/ https://medium.com/@mulegirl
 
Vu Le can be found on Twitter as the infamous nonprofitAF and at https://nonprofitaf.com/ Community Centric Fundraising is https://communitycentricfundraising.org/ Michelle's podcast, the Ethical Rainmaker, can be found at https://www.theethicalrainmaker.com/
 
In this episode we were joined by the fantastic Usman Mughal to discuss all things equity in grant-giving and the widespread changes he predicts as a result of the pandemic. Fundraisers - get your joint grant proposals ready because this one is full of wisdom! Follow Usman on Twitter: https://twitter.com/usman1786 Follow the awesome Charity Chat po…
 
When Ruby Bayley-Pratt wrote that article she didn't know quite what it would have unleashed. Almost 2 years later we caught up with Ruby to discuss the outcomes, next steps and practical support for the #MeToo movement in our sector Feminisation of fundraising: https://wwwfriise.cdn.triggerfish.cloud/uploads/2018/08/fundraising-as-womens-work.pdf …
 
Sorry for the crackly audio on this one folks! In this episode we're joined from across the point to talk broadly about the lack of collaboration in the sector and how legacy structures means we compete in an environment where we shouldn't. We're joined by collaboration mega-fan and philanthropy expert, Rickesh Lakhani. He's the executive director …
 
Fewer than 3% of charity trustees are under 30. Alice Rath, a young trustee, explains why that's a terrible statistic and what we can do about it. Follow Alice on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Alice_Rath Follow the Young Trustees Movement on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YoungTrustees Visit the website: https://youngtrusteesmovement.org/…
 
Leah Eustace, our new friend and copywriting and storytelling wizard, is done with organisations operating in silos. Despite being in the midst of a tornado warning, Leah shared some incredible insight. You can find Leah on Twitter below: Follow Leah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeahEustace Take a look at Your Blue Canoe online: http://yourbluec…
 
In this episode we were joined by the charming and wonderful Emma Smith from GivePenny who lives with a neurological condition. Emma shares some positive (and some horror) stories from her time job hunting and how fundraisers can better support, engage and thrive off of candidates with disabilities You can find Emma on Twitter @Jigglyem Missing Mil…
 
In the first episode of season 3 we were joined by the brilliant Rosie Oldham, who's one-woman crusade against bad recruitment practices has helped create a movement in the charity sector. You can find Rosie on Twitter @RosieOldham8 Links: https://showthesalary.com/ http://gender-decoder.katmatfield.com/ http://nongraduateswelcome.co.uk/ https://tw…
 
In our season finale we spoke to Wayne "The man" Murray on strategy, post-COVID communications and expanding your social network to find better solutions. Follow Wayne on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WayneTheMurray Check out Martha's conference: https://fundraisingeverywhere.com/bameonline/
 
In this episode we were joined by Dana Segal and Steph Graham - both directors at Adapt for Arts and passionate arts fundraisers. We picked a part the funding model for the arts and how the institutional structures to the arts represent the biggest threat to their funding. You can find Dana on Twitter at https://twitter.com/danaksegal You can find …
 
It's very rare that we're rendered speechless but this episode was all about listening. Martha is a fundraising consultant, head of fundraising and organiser at Charity So White, the movement that shines a much needed spotlight on the diversity crisis at the heart of the third sector. Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarthaAwojobi Find Ch…
 
Lee Clark, Chief Funraiser and founder of fundraising platform GivePenny, wants to talk about fundraiser grit - the thing that turns ideas into reality. He thinks fundraisers are too often paralysed by fear, when good ideas need a bit of TLC. Follow Lee on Twitter: https://twitter.com/givepennylee Find out more about GivePenny here: givepenny.com L…
 
Emma Russ is a regional fundraiser who started her new role in January but was furloughed not long after. Emma takes us through her personal journey of guilt, not taking furlough personally and juggling being a Mum to two legends. Follow Emma on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmmaRuss1103 Furloughed Fundraisers Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.co…
 
We were so delighted to be joined by Louise for this episode - she has over a decade of major gifts fundraising experience in charities small, medium and large, and a strong corporate background from Unilever. Louise knows that now is the time - during a crisis- to make major donors feel more loved than over. You can find Louise at https://summitfu…
 
We speak to "bae" aka Claire Warner, founder of CharityWell and charity well-being championed. We tackle Covid-19, naturally, and the impact of furlough on fundraisers and the sector as a whole. Claire is on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/ClaireWarner
 
In this episode Tom and Andy are joined on the line from beautiful York by Nick from Grant Adivsor UK, the pilot programme for grantees and grant-makers. Think TrustPilot for your trust fundraising! Nick breaks down his feedback from working for grantmaking organisations for years - with some top tips on how to get the most out of your applications…
 
In this special panel episode we were joined by Emily Casson from Cats Protection, Marina Jones from the Royal Opera House and Jonathan Andrews, founder of Remarkable Partnerships. We discussed in some depth the challenges facing digital, trusts and foundations and corporate fundraising during the global pandemic. Follow Emily on Twitter: https://t…
 
In this episode Tom and Andy are joined by their old friend Hiran (who once wore a full 3-piece suit on the summit of Kilimanjaro) and together they break down the power of brands and what charities can be doing differently with theirs. Thanks for listening!
 
Starring: Wayne Murray, Strategy Director at Audience: https://twitter.com/WayneTheMurray Rachel Finch, Community Fundraiser at Breast Cancer Now: https://twitter.com/raquelfunch Isobel Michael, IOF Trustee and fundraiser at Southside Family Project: https://twitter.com/IM_NSP
 
We're joined by the fabulous, uncompromising and truly dedicated Jane Turner - fundraiser extraordinaire - from the largest student fundraising group in the UK, Loughborough Rag (shoutout to Loughborough University for keeping them well stocked with student volunteers!) Here's Jane receiving her incredible, and rarely mentioned, medal: https://www.…
 
We are joined by Jon and Jen, our lovely Canadian friends, in our first international episode. They are perhaps more well known as the Agents of Good who join us to talk about "donor love" - what we think donors want but what, it turns out, they actually need are two very different things! Check out their top 10 blog posts here: https://agentsofgoo…
 
We did a panel show! We were lucky enough to be joined by Bradley French from Team Kenya UK, Anaily Castellanos from Anthony Nolan and Jodie Marsden from Depaul UK to talk through their experiences on the representation of young fundraisers in the sector We talk getting access to conferences and training when you're junior Representation of young v…
 
We're joined by fundraising consultant Caroline Danks who wants to challenge the idea short termism is endemic in the sector and how quick-wins put us under great pressure and cause us to under perform Find Caroline on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LarkOwlUK Get your hands on the benchmarking report and read Caroline's blog: https://larkowl.uk/…
 
Fundraising consultant Nikki Bell joins us from the leafy North East to bring up her gripe - charities not taking training seriously! We tackle the challenges around training; from managing expectations, to budgets and everything in between! Follow Nikki on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CharityNikki Take a look at Fundraising Everywhere, a new confe…
 
We're joined by fundraising consultant and all-round happy chappy, Chris Richardson-Wright. Chris has a wealth of experience in the fundraising space and, since going freelance, a very salient opinion on unions - he asks, is the fundraising profession crying out for a specific and organised union?
 
Sian Elvin, award winning journalist of myLondon fame goes hard on press releases - and how charities don't know how the system works! Hear from Sian on getting the right tone and content in press releases to pique the interest of the frustratingly busy journo (local or otherwise) who just wants to crack on with the next big story! Follow Sian on T…
 
Emily Casson, Digital Fundraising Guru at Cats Protection and, according to Andy, more of a Twitter profile than a person, has had enough of viral! Emily takes us through the challenges of starting a, mostly remote, team of digital marketers and has transformed digital fundraising at Cats Protection. But alas, she still can't make it go viral! Andy…
 
We're joined by Morgan Kainth, philanthro-nerd and all-round awesome person, who's on a crusade to fix transparency. We chat to her about all things impact as we dissect the disconnect between beneficiaries and those in charge. Enjoy!
 
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