Digital FundCamp - June 2017
Come to our first ever Digital Fund Camp & learn how to fundraise online!
A line I heard at the Fairsay Campaigning Forum this year really resonated with me: (paraphrasing) “we in the NGO sector get annoyed about bad science all the time (such as climate deniers), yet we constantly ignore the science of behavourial psychology.‘ This is so, so true. We’ve learned from Brexit and Trump that repeating […]
Dealing with feedback on social media can be daunting, particularly if you’re new to a particular social platform, or new to an organisation and not yet fully familiar with its issues. I really like this ‘answering people on social media’ chart from Social for the People; it’s a clear, simple flowchart that lays out steps […]
During the six month ‘Dementia Care Begins at Home’ campaign, over one million people watched a powerful video featuring Kathy Ryan, Vice-Chair of the Irish Dementia Working Group, and her sons Andrew and Matt. Kathy was diagnosed with Younger Onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 52 and in this video she and her sons highlighted […]
Two of the wee touches that jump out at me with this one are the heavily branded and very colourful envelope and the letter from Allies on the inside. Both reinforce a core message that your donation is helping specific people, young people at that, and even if you don’t open the envelope you’re still […]
Taking a leaf from the absolutely fantastic Irish Election Literature Archive we thought we’d use this site to showcase some of the interesting campaigns taking place in the Irish non-profit sector, in the hope that you might be able to pick up tips, ideas and inspiration from our colleagues working in fundraising, donor care and […]
Really liked the brevity of this. The letter was very short, the form on the reverse and with the donor’s name already filled in. Thought the FAQ leaflet was very comprehensive in answering questions but a bit text heavy. Oxfam tax rebate letter envelope, name and address deleted. Submit Your Campaigns We’re building a library […]