12 pages tagged with Innovation:
- ‘Transcending space’ with Innophoria's social sector clients In Lucy’s sixth blog for SOFII, she transports us to the future, a future where we can give the donor a virtual experience of our work which shows exactly what their money has achieved.
- Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk Foundation ANAR: secret anti-abuse message Clever use of lenticular printing to send kids a secret message that adults can't see in these child-abuse poster ads.
- Ben Horowitz of the City of Hope Rich Fox met Ben Horowitz 39 years ago and he says he has never known a better fundraising mind before or since. Here Rich explains this brilliant fundraiser's philosophy for success.
- Deerfield Academy: the Bruce Barton classic long copy letter from 1925 that pulled a 100 per cent response He sounds like the racy detective hero from a 1930s crime thriller. But Bruce Barton is something else, for sure – a great copywriter and communicator.
- Durham Cathedral in LEGO: innovative buy-a-brick fundraising An innovative version of traditional buy-a-brick fundraising with a spectacular totaliser and easily replicable as a fundraising mechanic.
- Interactive fundraising In her fifth blog for SOFII, Lucy asks if ‘fun-raising’ could be the key to boosting your fundraising and shares some fantastic interactive campaigns from both the charity and the corporate sectors.
- Introducing Lucy Innophoria Read Lucy Innophoria’s first blog post for SOFII to find out who she is, what she does and how her ideas can improve your fundraising.
- Royal National Lifeboat Institution RNLI: Lifeboat Launch SMS alerts An insightful use of technology that brings RNLI donors closer to the lifesaving work. This text service allows donors to donate each time their chosen lifeboat is out saving lives and to receive an alert of launches in real-time.
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Giving Machines From IWITOT: The Americas 2022, introducing vending machines with a twist – you can use them to donate to a good cause!
- The Royal Hospital for Sick Children: Jack Draws Anything Six-year-old Jack wanted to raise £100 for The Royal Hospital for Sick Children to say thank you to them for looking after his brother. His brilliant idea – which he thought of entirely by himself – did what all fundraisers want to do. He touched the hearts of everyone who saw it.
- Top ten techniques for fresh thinking In this article, Lucy explains how you can come up with fresh ideas and creative thinking. Whoever would have thought that putting yourself in the shoes of Homer Simpson could be so rewarding!
- What’s the golden thread that unites us? There were so many great and inspirational ideas shared at I Wish I'd Thought Of That 2018. Which of these will inspire you to transform your fundraising?