Feb/Mar 2019

Stories in this issue.

Family vs Charity

The law has not usually favoured charities when it comes to contested bequests, but recent cases offer hope. Anne Robinson explains.

Partnerships with great ingredients

Originally published March 2019 What comes to mind when you think of Sydney’s Botanic Gardens? Flowers? Beautiful locations? Weddings? Picnics? Not partnerships, I suspect? And definitely not a partnership centred…

Australia’s First Major Gifts Benchmarking Study

Originally published March 2019 Major gifts can be a game-changer for an organisation’s fundraising. They are usually the largest donations an organisation receives and provide an opportunity for the donor…

Why ‘Diversity’ Isn’t Enough

First published 9 April, 2019 Nicola Long asks Fiona Pattison to share her experiences and thoughts on how to get diversity right or get it wrong. Nicola Long: Fiona, I…

Identity Fusion: A New Take on Donor Identity

I’ve said many times in this column that organisations need to spend more time focused on understanding donor identity. What people are saying about themselves when they give is massively…

A perfect appeal

Jo with her rescue dog Lilly (adopted from HAART – Homeless and Abused Animal Rescue Team). PetRescue runs its donation drives on a shoestring, keeping it exclusively digital to minimise…

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