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Nonprofit Heroes: Megan Veronesi, Head of Charity Partnerships at Farewill

Nonprofit Heroes: Megan Veronesi, Head of Charity Partnerships at Farewill

Nonprofit Hero Megan Veronesi is the Head of Charity Partnerships at Farewill, a digital will writing company specialising in legacy fundraising. Read her interview here.

Nonprofit Heroes is our series of interviews with industry experts, successfully proven fundraisers, and nonprofit heroes with stories and tips to inspire your charity to use technology to your advantage and do good, better.

Nonprofit Heroes: Zoe Amar, Charity Marketing and Digital Transformation Expert

Nonprofit Heroes: Zoe Amar, Charity Marketing and Digital Transformation Expert

Nonprofit Hero Zoe Amar  is widely regarded as one of the charity sector’s leading digital experts. She founded digital agency and social enterprise Zoe Amar Digital in 2013. Read her interview here.

Nonprofit Heroes is our series of interviews with industry experts, successfully proven fundraisers, and nonprofit heroes with stories and tips to inspire your charity to use technology to your advantage and do good, better.

Nonprofit Heroes: Richard Radcliffe, Legacy Fundraising Consultant

Nonprofit Heroes: Richard Radcliffe, Legacy Fundraising Consultant

Nonprofit Hero Richard Radcliffe is the founder of Radcliffe Consultanting and has been advising charities on how to develop legacy income for over 30 years. Read his interview here.

Nonprofit Heroes is our series of interviews with industry experts, successfully proven fundraisers, and nonprofit heroes with stories and tips to inspire your charity to use technology to your advantage and do good, better.

Nonprofit Heroes: Alan Clayton, Fundraising Expert

Nonprofit Heroes: Alan Clayton, Fundraising Expert

Nonprofit Hero Alan Clayton has 25 years experience as a creative director and consultant in fundraising and has worked with over 350 clients around the world. 

Nonprofit Heroes is our series of interviews with industry experts, successfully proven fundraisers, and nonprofit heroes with stories and tips to inspire your charity to use technology to your advantage and do good, better.

Nonprofit Heroes: Beth Breeze, Director of the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent

Nonprofit Heroes: Beth Breeze, Director of the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent

Nonprofit Hero Beth Breeze is the Director of the Centre for Philanthropy at the University of Kent. Read her interview now.

Nonprofit Heroes is our series of interviews with industry experts, successfully proven fundraisers, and nonprofit heroes with stories and tips to inspire your charity to use technology to your advantage and do good, better.

Nonprofit Heroes: Caroline Lucas MP

Nonprofit Heroes: Caroline Lucas MP

Today's nonprofit hero is Caroline Lucas - Member of Parliament for Brighton Pavilion, Donorfy's home turf.

Caroline served as leader of the Green Party of England and Wales from 2008 to 2012. And from 1999-2010 she served as one of the Party's first MEPs and represented the South East region until becoming the UK's first Green MP in 2010. She achieved re-election as an MP in 2015 and 2017 with an increased majority.

We caught up with Caroline to ask her about her own experience with the charity sector and how charities might work more effectively with their elected officers.

Nonprofit Heroes: Sally Gunnell, OBE

Nonprofit Heroes: Sally Gunnell, OBE

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.

Nonprofit Heroes: Jonathan Waddingham, Product Manager at JustGiving

Nonprofit Heroes: Jonathan Waddingham, Product Manager at JustGiving

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.

Nonprofit Heroes: Ian MacQuillin, fundraising thinker and champion

Nonprofit Heroes: Ian MacQuillin, fundraising thinker and champion

Welcome to 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 ninth interviewee in our series is Ian MacQuillin, director of the fundraising think tank Rogare. We asked Ian a few questions about how he got into the charity sector, what it's like working for fundraisers rather than as one, and what he would to improve fundraising.

Nonprofit Heroes: Kevin Kibble, CEO at the Nurture Group Network

Nonprofit Heroes: Kevin Kibble, CEO at the Nurture Group Network

Welcome to 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 eighth interviewee in our series is Kevin Kibble, CEO at the Nurture Group Network. We asked Kevin a few questions about his career in the lead up to becoming a chief executive for a charity and what the main challenges he sees are currently facing charities.