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Can Rishi’s Riches Save the Arts?

9th July 2020 by Bernard Ross

As news of Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s £1.57bn arts and culture rescue package came through late last Sunday night, it was a good way to end the weekend… and enabled me to wake up on Monday morning much more optimistic about the future of the UK arts sector than I had been previously. But hold back on the knight to the rescue fantasy. I have some concerns.

"Your Vibe Attracts The Tribe" messaging. Fundraising, coronavirus

Tribal times: understanding our reactions to coronavirus and adapting our fundraising

1st April 2020 by Bernard Ross

In these Coronaviral times when you listen to the or watch the news it’s all about death- despite the fact that most people, even those who are infected, recover. Why are we so focused on death?

A journey through film and fundraising

27th May 2017 by Anna Esslemont

This guest blog is written by National Arts Fundraising School Alumna Deborah Parker, Chief Executive Officer at Cinema For All. We caught up with Deborah at a recent Alumni event and asked her to share her story since attending the School seven years ago: In 2009 I was working for one of the old Regional Screen Agencies in Manchester […]

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