Third Sector, the UK’s leading publication for everyone who needs to know what’s going on in the voluntary and not-for-profit sector has published The Good Exchange’s article that explains how our on-line technology platform aims to close the funding gap – the costly and ineffective reactive grant application process where charities have to make separate grant applications to separate grant-makers with funders making grant decisions in isolation. With our platform, charitable organisations only fill in one simple application form, which is used to match multiple grant-makers with the charitable causes that meet their funding criteria.
Type: Videos, Webinar Recordings
1. Why manage, track and report your organisation’s website and social media activities?
2. Measuring your impact on Twitter
3. Understanding your organisation’s Facebook activity
4. Introduction to Google Analytics
The Good Exchange team attended & exhibited at NCVO annual conference in April. Speakers discussed the challenges the sector is facing in today’s turbulent political environment & the conference provided a platform to discuss how charitable organisations can look ahead into the future & adapt to the evolving landscape.
Type: Press Releases
“We’re thrilled to have been awarded this match-funding grant by the Englefield Charitable Trust, which we hope will encourage further match funding from businesses and charitable foundations across the Borough that want to collaboratively help reduce youth crime in London,” said Paul Anderson MBE, Chief Executive at Voyage Youth.
Type: Industry Reports
FINANCIAL & SOCIETAL PRESSURES DRIVING RISE IN GRANT APPLICATIONS, SAY CHARITY FUNDERSGRANT-MAKERS , YET DIGITAL SKILLS GAP & LEGACY PROCESSES HAMPERING EFFORTS
Commissioned by The Good Exchange, Vanson Bourne surveyed charitable funders grant-makers and applicants on the current grant application landscape, finding hundreds of hours are being spent completing application forms per year, when just two in five are successful.
The Institute of Fundraising Conference 2019 took place in London earlier this month (4-5th February). Our very own COO Ed Gairdner took to the stage on day one, providing his insights into the importance of embracing digital and the advantages of taking a collaborative approach to fundraising.
Civil Society’s Fundraising Live, designed to give fundraisers a voice on the things that really matter, returned to the ILEC Conference Centre on 7th February 2019 with Paul Amadi, chief supporter officer at the British Red Cross (BRC) stating that the charitable sector is at an ‘adapt or die’ moment post-GDPR when it comes to donations.