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Trystan Hawkins
25 Sep 2013

Trystan Hawkins reveals his career path from Charity Officer and Administrator to Art Director.

Inspired to continue

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09 Sep 2013

To replace events previously run by Lincoln City Council, former member of the arts team Sara Bullimore founded the Lincoln Inspired festival. She tells the story so far.

The personal touch

Image of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Lyric Hammersmith
02 Sep 2013

When we commissioned Jessica Hepburn to write about fundraising, she wondered if she really had anything new to say. She certainly has…

Fundraising made easy

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07 Mar 2013

David Dixon is convinced that fundraising in the arts sector is relatively easy, provided arts organisations make good use of all their resources.

Life after funding

Photo of a script development session at Charter School in Dulwich
06 Feb 2013

When Box Clever learned that it would be losing its small but significant funding from Arts Council England, Michael Wicherek feared that this might be the end of the road for the company.

Nervous start for Catalyst fundraising scheme

14 Dec 2012

Arts Quarter report shows a mixed picture for recipients of ACE's Capacity Building and Match Funding awards.

Nervous start for Catalyst fundraising scheme

13 Dec 2012

Arts Quarter report shows a mixed picture for recipients of ACE's Capacity Building and Match Funding awards.

DCMS gives advice on giving

30 Nov 2012

Philanthropy is not finite but infinite, says new report on fundraising in the regions.

Culture Secretary backs charitable giving report

30 Nov 2012

Maria Miller says arts organisations fall short in their efforts to secure legacy giving.

Sector pushed closer to a private funding culture

Wodge of notes
12 Nov 2012

ACE’s latest funding stream will provide professional development for fundraising and capacity-building support for arts consortia.

Bringing the board to the forefront of fundraising

16 Oct 2012

Christopher Goodhart asks how board members can make more of their fundraising role.

My Gurus...

24 Aug 2012

Gemma Taylor names those who have inspired her most

Breathing Life Into In Memoriam Giving

Five colourful bunches of flowers
24 Aug 2012

In Memoriam giving remains one of the most under-developed and reactive methods of raising funds within the whole voluntary sector. Yet the opportunities it presents for both securing significant levels of income and building powerful, long-term relationships with supporters is almost unique. John Grain explains why.

Boards are barrier to progress

23 Jul 2012

Inactive trustees could be the Achilles heel in arts sector efforts to attract individual giving


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