Fundraising Forum is a regular newsletter dedicated to the enhancement of management, fundraising techniques and the promotion of community service, welfare and not-for-profit organisations of all kinds. It is published three times a year by Downes Murray International and circulated, free of charge, to anyone with an interest in the growth and improvement of the non-profit sector and those served by it. In addition to regular features written by Downes Murray International staff, there are extracts from international fundraising publications which are reprinted with acknowledgement to the publishers.


Back by popular demand. The International Fundraising Congress (IFC) Pop Ups: South Africa 2019

Following on from the huge success of the IFC Pop Ups in 2017 and 2018, the Resource Alliance, in partnership with Nedbank Private Wealth, GIBS, UKZN Foundation and The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, UCT GSB, is bringing a fresh selection of some of the best video sessions...

Are you a burnt out fundraiser?

It’s totally normal to feel super exhausted after a particularly rough day – but if every day is starting to feel rough, you might be close to burning out. Trainer, speaker, and author of The Happy Healthy Nonprofit, Beth Kanter, points out the warning signs. The clinical definition of ...

The eight fundamentals of supercharged grant fundraising

Grants can be a great source of funding for non-profits of all sizes. While every organisation – no matter how small or large – should be focused primarily on individual fundraising, grants can be a great complement to your other fundraising efforts. Joe Garecht reports. If you want t...

MILESTONE THINKING - On-target observations in brief

No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite. Nelson Mandela Personal networks...

More than feeding babies

Nutrition is a key pillar of child health and development, which is why malnutrition and food security have been the focus of the Feed the Babies Fund since 1957.  The organisation provides rural crèches with a fortified, concentrated cereal containing the correct ratio of minerals, vit...

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