We all know of Comic Relief, BBC Telethon, London marathon and other big block buster charity fundraising events. These raise millions for worthy causes around the world. However for the small charity telethons, TV etc are well out of their reach. So how does the small local charity fundraise like
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Creative story telling and engaging communication are what charities need to do if they want to effective in their fundraising message. They need to create messages that ignite that spark in a potential supporter that will lead them to taken action on behalf of your cause. Tom Latchford from RAISING IT boiled down the supporters journey and explains how an understanding of the charity’s message is crucial for getting support.
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