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So here you are! You passed your ICS assessment day, you’ve been allocated your country and you’ve started your injections! The only thing standing between you and that plane overseas is reaching your fundraising target!
Happy Fundraising Friday everyone! With the abundance of charity requests and events out there it can be hard to make your fundraising stand out.
Whatever stage you’re at with your fundraising, it can be really easy to focus simply on hitting your target by your deadline - and that’s it. While this is obviously really important, fundraising can also be a great opp
What we can’t emphasise strongly enough when starting your fundraising is the importance of taking advantage of who you know; contacts who can help organise you activities, increase your guest list or promote your event.
Happy First Fundraising Friday of 2017! After the festive blow out it’s pretty common for everyone to be feeling the financial pinch in January. However, fundraising is still 100% possible at this time of year!
Hi guys! Happy Fundraising Friday everyone, it’s blog time again and this week we’re having a look into networks.
Happy Fundraising Friday y'all! It's that time again, you lucky things. This week we've got some creative and classic fundraising, so on with the show!
Hey Fundraising Fans! Today we wanted to talk you through how to stay positive while fundraising.
Well hello there Fundraising Fans! This week we’ve got some great social media tips from a VSO ICS Team Leader, and a Y Care International ICS volunteer who predicted that psychics could be the way to raise some funds!
Three cycles of volunteers working in the same community teamed up to raise money and help repair a community well, enabling up to 500 local residents access clean water.