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10 pages tagged with IWITOT 2016:

  • A story that wakes you up in your career by Lizzie Carter If emotional responses raise money, then fundraisers need to think about the last story that genuinely ‘woke them up in their career’ and made them feel something.
  • Becoming the bee, with Jean Bishop by Alfie Waldron Meet Jean, a 91-year-old with a passion for fundraising, a smile for everyone she meets and a brilliant homemade bee costume.
  • Blue Cross: Tap Dogs by SOFII Terrific innovation by animal charity Blue Cross who found a funny and eye-catching way to get their rescue dogs to lend their paws to the cause.
  • Knickers Model’s Own in aid of Cancer Research UK by SOFII A grieving daughter's fashion tribute to her mother became a highly successful digital fundraising campaign that turned grief into a triumph and a legacy, raising nearly £60,000. 
  • Ministry of Stories: Hoxton Street Monster Supply Store by SOFII Fiendish fun in this creative shop that raises funds for the children's writing and mentoring centre on the same premises that is accessed through a secret door. 
  • One Girl: Do It In A Dress by Lizzi Hollis Dresstastic challenge event from Australia that allows volunteers to use their creative fundraising juices and have fun.
  • Refuge: The Helen Titchener (nee Archer) Rescue Fund by Louise McCathie A fan of Radio BBC 4's popular programme 'The Archers' created an online fundraising page for Refuge in response to a domestic violence storyline. 
  • SOS Children's Villages Norway: would you give your jacket to Johannes? by Suzi Attree Would you give your coat to a freezing child? Strangers help a young boy sitting alone without a jacket in freezing weather in a campaign that raised awareness of the plight of Syrian refugees.
  • The perfect annual report by Giles Pegram CBE Veteran fundraiser Giles Pegram CBE argues that most charity annual reports are written about the organisation and don't focus on donors and beneficiaries.
  • WWF: Virtual Reality Tiger Experience by SOFII Experiential marketing and virtual reality are a roaring success for WWF-UK's Adopt a Tiger face-to-face campaign.