It wasn’t long after news of the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire spread that people starting talking about how we might rebuild it. However, work to repair the damage caused by the fire might have already started. In fact, it might have started over 160 years before the fire occurred. How was this possible, and what does it mean for fundraisers?
What can a loud screech at the end of an orchestral recording teach us about thanking supporters? Could it explain why so many supporters complain that they haven’t been thanked, when every fundraiser insists they always thank for every gift? This blog looks at what makes experiences memorable, with some thoughts on how this can be applied to the way we thank people for their donations.
An introduction to new approaches to securing funding for arts projects, with a focus on the brilliant work being done at Live Theatre in Newcastle.