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.
ACF Magazine article – Digital technologies continue to transform the way we live and work, and those managing charitable funding have the opportunity to do the same for application processes and sector collaboration. Creating an equal funding and fundraising gateway for every charity, regardless of size or cause, will help grant-makers,donors and fundraisers to give their money and resources to those that needit most, drive a measurable impact on social problems and build community engagement, simultaneously encouraging more charitable giving from individuals and businesses.
Type: Webinar Recordings
For charity fundraisers and/or marketing staff who want to progress to the next level in their use of Twitter.
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The Good Exchange is excited to join over 2,000 charities taking part in this year’s #GivingTuesday campaign, to be held on the 27th of November. The campaign was brought to the UK in 2014 by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), as an antidote to the mass consumerism surrounding Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
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.
The Charity Digital Code of Practice aims to help charities increase impact, develop skills and improve sustainability. Developed by a steering group of organisations across the sector – including the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO), The Charity Commission and National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) – the Code sets out seven principles representing areas of focus: Leadership; User-led; Culture; Strategy; Skills; Managing Risks and Ethics, and Adaptability. Read what COO ED Gairdner has to say.
The Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO) conference took place in London on Thursday 18th October. The one-day event explored different aspects of impactful leadership and offered diverse perspectives on key issues that not-for-profits must face. One of the highlights was a speech given by Dr Pippa Malmgren, co-author of the recently published ‘The Leadership Lab: Understanding Leadership in the 21st Century,’ on the importance of understanding what leadership means today. The main takeaway was the urgent need for a shift in the way we think.
The Good Exchange platform has helped Brighter Futures to increase the profile of a worthy local cause that will provide a huge benefit to the people of Swindon. It has also enabled the Radiotherapy Appeal to reap the benefits from match funding, which is highly motivational, driving fundraisers to the fundraising site because they knew their money would be doubled. Match funding gives applicants the opportunity to reach their fundraising target more quickly by doubling donations (or more) to their projects, which has had a huge impact on the success of Brighter Futures’ Radiotherapy Appeal to date.
This week, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond outlined his priorities for taxes and spending in the 2018 Budget. Among the announcements – which include a new £400m digital services tax on tech giants – the Chancellor announced the allocation of £650m funding for social care.