Laws, regulations and best practice have been a massive focus of the discussion around fundraising and charities in recent years - and for good reason. When a charity is discovered to have misused funds or partook in questionable practices - even if they’re technically legal - it casts a dark shadow over the entire sector, which can have long-lasting implications.
What are the best ways to demonstrate the impact of your organisation’s work? The expectation on the part of donors as well as charity Boards and CEO’s to validate all the donated dollars raised and spent is more important than ever. Charities are increasingly being put under the microscope of government as well as savvy donors researching deeper into the web before they reach into their pockets. I’ve come up with a list of 5 ways to measure and demonstrate impact for your donor and fundraiser audience.
Should you give at tax time? Are you thinking of when to make your next donation to charity? Tax time is an opportunity to consider what you have done for others in the last year, writes FrontStream's Communications Manager, Sally Cunningham. Read the article published in Pro Bono Australia