Resources

News – The Good Exchange Shortlisted for Best in Business Awards

July 16, 2018
Type: Press Coverage
Moving to The Good Exchange’s not-for-profit, digital grant application platform allows the Miss Lawrence Trust to streamline the annual shortlisting of applications and to delve more deeply and with greater ease into their applicants’ objectives. They can also see whether applicants are receiving support from other funders and donors.

Blog – The Good Exchange looks back on The 2018 Local Government Association Conference

July 10, 2018
Type: Blog
At the Local Government Association’s (LGA) annual conference & exhibition, delegates heard how innovation & best practice can deliver the best local public services for our communities. In addition, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Local Government), Rishi Sunak MP, announced a new “Charity Digital Code of Practice”, backed by £7.5 million of government funding to help councils transform their online services.

Webinar Recording – Next Steps to using Twitter for Charity Fundraising

June 22, 2018
Type: Webinar Recordings
For charity fundraisers and/or marketing staff who want to progress to the next level in their use of Twitter. 1. Tweeting • Creating and using images • HashTags • Mentions • Pinning a Tweet • Shortening URLs 2. Building your Audience • Search • Likes, Retweets and Retweets with Comments

Blog – The Good Exchange looks back on Fundraising Week 2018

June 13, 2018
Type: Blog
Third Sector’s 2018 Fundraising Week took place in late May, with two days of insight on offer at the Fundraising Conference. With so much taking place across the sector, the event was well attended by fundraising professionals. Topics covered included lessons learned after the GDPR deadline in May, fundraising tips for small charities and how to use technology to close the funding gap and enhance your marketing.

Press Coverage – The Miss Lawrence Trust joins The Good Exchange as new funder

June 12, 2018
Type: Press Coverage
Moving to The Good Exchange’s not-for-profit, digital grant application platform allows the Miss Lawrence Trust to streamline the annual shortlisting of applications and to delve more deeply and with greater ease into their applicants’ objectives. They can also see whether applicants are receiving support from other funders and donors.