There are certainly some fantastic digital consultants for the charity sector out there, but they’re bridging a gap that will naturally reduce in time as the next generation of fundraisers with their in-built digital knowledge come through.
Today's nonprofit hero is Sally Gunnell OBE. Sally is one of Britain’s greatest and most popular sportswomen. She is the only woman in history to simultaneously hold Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth titles, plus the 400 metres hurdles world record. We were lucky enough to catch up with her and ask her questions about what she’s doing now, her charity work, and how charities can effectively engage with charities.
Welcome to the tenth of our “Nonprofit heroes” series on the Donorfy blog, where our team interviews industry experts, successful proven fundraisers, and nonprofit heroes with stories and tips to inspire your charity to use technology to your advantage and do good, better.
The tenth interviewee in our series is Jonathan Waddingham. We asked Jon a few questions about how he got into the charity tech sector, and what insight he has for the future of fundraising tech.
Rated best fundraising software in Fundraising Magazine’s Charity CRM 2017 for the second year in a row, Donorfy is currently the fastest-growing CRM system for UK nonprofits. But what is driving charities to make the switch to Donorfy?
We’ve been asking the same question, and this is what we found....
The results of the Fundraising Magazine Charity CRM Survey have just been released and we’re delighted to say that Donorfy has come out on top for the second year in a row!
Read our guide to GDPR for charities, looking at the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will fully come into law in May 2018.
The seventh interviewee in our series is Howard Lake, a journalist and publisher of UK Fundraising. We asked Howard a few questions about his career and what challenges he sees currently facing charity fundraisers.
The sixth interviewee in our new series is Helen Priest, a digital fundraiser based in Warwickshire, England. We asked Helen a few questions about her career and what challenges she sees currently facing charity fundraisers.
The fifth interviewee in our new series is Kirsty Marrins, a London-based digital communications specialist in the charity sector. We asked Kirsty a few questions about her career and what challenges she sees facing charities in 2017.
January sees a major new update with some features to warm you up in the depths of winter. Hope you like them!
The fourth interviewee in our new series is Daryl Upsall, who has worked in the charity sector for over 30 years. We asked Daryl a few questions about his career and how he sees the future of the sector and digital fundraising.
Know that feeling when you need a List like the one you wrote before but can't be bothered to enter all that info again? OK, just us then. Well there's now a Copy function in the Manage menu to save you.