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UK Fundraising Daily | 30/10/17

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Welcome to the daily news from UK Fundraising.

* We're back from the International Fundraising Congress in Holland, after running two Unscripted sessions with Lucy Gower, and have started sharing some content via Twitter and our Facebook page. More to come.

* We've got two courses coming up: Bereavement training for fundraisers - engaging bereaved donors in Edinburgh on 26 October, and Introduction to Gift Aid on 22 November in London.

 * We are also running five Fundraising Camps - in London for hospice fundraisers (1 November), Cardiff (for heritage/environment fundraisers) (8 November), Llandudno for heritage/environment fundraisers (14 November), Canterbury (11 January 2018), and Dundee (14 March 2018).

Oxfam returns to Shoreditch with Halloween pop-up shop

Oct 30, 2017 09:00 am
Oxfam has returned to Boxpark Shoreditch again this year with its pop-up halloween shop. Open for a week from 24 October, Oxfam‘s halloween store stocks a range of preloved clothing and accessories, inspired by Victorian and Gothic style. This includes holographic and sparkly items for wannabe aliens, mermaids and glam ghouls, plus lux velvet and lace for the classic witch look. Feeling creepy […]

Financial concerns see charities rethinking investments, report shows

Oct 30, 2017 07:45 am
Need for income and the impact of political uncertainty are the biggest concerns for charities when considering their investments, a Brewin Dolphin study has found. The Brewin Dolphin study Charity Investment: What Matters Most? looks at what UK charities take into consideration when making investment decisions, and what the drivers are for these decisions. It found that 67% of charities […]

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