Year 3 Fundraising Fellowships: Supporting Growth and Change in Cultural Fundraising

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We bade a fond farewell to our 25 Year 3 Fundraising Fellows at the start of September 2016.  We’ve now had a bit of time to reflect on their year and the programme’s overall achievements.   These are significant, in terms of learning, job creation, capacity-building and income raised. The majority of the 25 Fellows have …

London Writers Network: Funding and Developing Your Career

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Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy has financially supported the London Writers Network through our networks funding programme. Laura Kenwright, Communications and Project Manager at Spread the Word, writes about the Network’s inaugural meeting held in June 2016. With generous support from Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy, Spread the Word informally launched our new membership scheme, the London Writers Network, …

Fundraising for Circus Arts

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Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy wants to support professional networks of fundraisers in the UK. In January 2016 we gave financial support to the Fundraising For Circus network. Kerrin Tatman, Funding and Marketing Manager for Circus Central, shares his thoughts on the day. On the 4th April 2016, fifteen circus fundraisers gathered at the National Centre …

Interview with Dr Beth Breeze, Centre for Philanthropy

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Clare McCullagh was Arts Fundraising Fellow for Canterbury Festival until September 2016, and has remained at the organisations as Development Assistant. An interview with Dr Beth Breeze, Director of the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent The Centre for Philanthropy was founded in 2008 and is one the UK’s leading centres for philanthropy research, teaching …

Self-Compassion for Fundraisers

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Katy Price was Arts Fundraising Fellow for Black Country Living Museum until September 2016, and has remained at the organisation as Development Manager (Projects). 6 months into life as a Fundraising Fellow and what an adventure it is. There have been wonderful moments of success but, inevitably, not everything always goes as planned. Over the past …