You’re listening to “Fixing Fundraising”, in which guests hash out their biggest problems with the charity sector with a Bob the Builder approach.
Join Tom and Andy on a whirlwind tour of how little they know (and how much our guests prop this whole thing up!)
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S3E5: Rickesh Lakhani on why we shouldn't even exist
Sorry for the crackly audio on this one folks!
In this episode we're joined from across the point to talk broadly about the lack of collaboration in the sector and how legacy structures means we compete in an environment where we shouldn't. We're joined by collaboration mega-fan and philanthropy expert, Rickesh Lakhani.
He's the executive director at Future Possibilities for Kids in Canada: https://www.fpcanada.org/
Rickesh is on Twitter @ConstantChanges
Decolonizing Wealth by Edgar Villanueva is the awesome book he mentions!
S3E4: Alice Rath on young trustees
Fewer than 3% of charity trustees are under 30. Alice Rath, a young trustee, explains why that's a terrible statistic and what we can do about it.
Follow Alice on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Alice_Rath
Follow the Young Trustees Movement on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YoungTrustees
Visit the website: https://youngtrusteesmovement.org/
S3E3: Leah Eustace on silos
Leah Eustace, our new friend and copywriting and storytelling wizard, is done with organisations operating in silos. Despite being in the midst of a tornado warning, Leah shared some incredible insight. You can find Leah on Twitter below:
Follow Leah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeahEustace
Take a look at Your Blue Canoe online: http://yourbluecanoe.ca/new/
S3E2: Emma Smith on ableism in recruitment
In this episode we were joined by the charming and wonderful Emma Smith from GivePenny who lives with a neurological condition. Emma shares some positive (and some horror) stories from her time job hunting and how fundraisers can better support, engage and thrive off of candidates with disabilities
You can find Emma on Twitter @Jigglyem
Missing Millions: https://millionsmissing.meaction.net/
Autism Wessex Campaign: https://www.facebook.com/127866100563175/videos/2127281540621611
S3E1: Rosie Oldham on showing the salary
In the first episode of season 3 we were joined by the brilliant Rosie Oldham, who's one-woman crusade against bad recruitment practices has helped create a movement in the charity sector.
You can find Rosie on Twitter @RosieOldham8
Season 3 Trailer