Author Archives: Richard Sved

About Richard Sved

Richard Sved is an NCVO sustainable funding consultant. He has worked and volunteered in the charity sector for 25 years. He has led the fundraising function (in-house and as an interim) for six national charities, including National Literacy Trust, Leap Confronting Conflict and Girlguiding.

Sustainable funding round-up: January 2017

Small charities in public services, investment readiness fund, Work and Health Programme opportunities, training and more Continue reading

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Sustainable funding round-up: December 2016

Fundraising regulator, anti-lobbying clause, support for fundraisers and more Continue reading

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Sustainable funding round-up: November 2016

New projects, latest news, best of the blogs, training and more Continue reading

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Sustainable funding round-up: October 2016

New guidance on governance and fundraising, funding opportunities, best of the blogs, training and more Continue reading

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Sustainable funding round-up: September 2016

Fundraising Preference Service, Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme, youth projects, Hate Crime Community Projects, training and events and more Continue reading

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Sustainable funding round-up: August 2016

The fundraising regulator, Big Lottery Fund, crowdfunding, training, events and more Continue reading

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Sustainable funding round-up: June 2016

Grant transparency, opt-in for fundraising communications, Big Lottery Fund consultation, training and events, and more Continue reading

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Sustainable funding round-up: May 2016

Fundraising Preference Service opt-in and regulation, social investment, discussion on sustainable funding, training and events and more Continue reading

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