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can make a difference,’ according to the National Council for Voluntary Organisations. So what can we learn from other charities?


Explore new ways to raise funds Don’t be too reliant on one type


of fundraising for all your income. ‘While concentrating on events has always worked well for PTAs, charities can raise funds in a variety of different ways,’ says


fundraising consultant Jane Redman, who has 20 years’ experience working for charities such as Mencap, Age UK and Care International.


l Corporate fundraising: Working with companies may take the form of partnerships, monetary donations, employee fundraising, event sponsorship or sponsorship of publications or projects.


l Community fundraising: Where a charity works with local groups, such as the WI or Lions, to raise funds. This kind of fundraising often takes the form of cake sales,


competitions and dressing up. l Event fundraising: A charity might hold events from sponsored walks and afternoon teas to


sky-dives and overseas treks. l Individual giving: When you receive a letter in the post asking


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