We are short-listed for a Partners in Fundraising Award 2015

Over the years, we have worked with some of the UK’s largest charities, successfully helping them to achieve their fundraising goals. Now, the Institute of Fundraising has short-listed our company for Best Telephone Fundraising Agency 2015. The ceremony will be held at the end of January 2015 and we’re honoured to be a part of it.

In the UK, the Institute of Fundraising is the known professional membership body operating with the aim of helping fund-raisers succeed through representation, leadership and education. With over 5,300 members it’s the ideal place for networking and development in the non-profit sector. They offer events, guidance, training and more.

Our close-knit team has over 25 years of experience in the charity sector and have committed themselves to clients with the aim of success. We specialise in telephone fundraising which helps to strengthen the bond between supporter and charity, allowing for the best fundraising conditions.

In the past we have worked with hundreds of charities and non-profit organisations, affirming the standard of our work. Current and previous clients include the Alzheimer’s Society, WaterAid, Woodland Trust, Royal Voluntary Service, St Peter’s Hospice and more. When you work with us you can always have confidence that we’ll go the extra mile to ensure that you are fully catered to.

Our approach to supporters is unique and we take the time to understand your organisation’s values and aims to truly make the most of the relationships we build. Whether your charity is large or small we can provide the help you need for effective and successful fundraising.

If you would like to find out why we’re short-listed for a national award and experience our help yourself, contact us today. The team at our telephone fundraising agency will always be happy to help you and decide upon the best course of action for your circumstances.

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