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KEEP CALM & CARRY ON WITH BASIC BEST PRACTICES
AskRIGHT New Zealand

The current pandemic necessitates the need for organisations to make urgent – and, perhaps, major – adjustments to revenue strategy, including fundraising. Our team of professional and experienced fundraising consultants are highly skilled in emergency fundraising and will provide free consultations for nonprofits struggling at this time.

 
KEEP CALM & CARRY ON WITH BASIC BEST PRACTICES
AskRIGHT Articles

Everyone’s attention seems to be commanded by the current fears around COVID-19. There are known ways to be successful as a fundraiser, and it’s important for us to remember to stick to the basics.

 
IF YOU BUILT IT, WILL THEY REALLY COME?
AskRIGHT Feature

"Going ahead with a capital project without testing its feasibility might work out in Hollywood, but rarely does it bring success in the real world..." AskRIGHT Consultant, Dave Marsh writes on the importance of a feasibility study for a school's capital project, as published in [IA] News by the Alliance of Girls' Schools Australasia (AGSA).
 
THE NEW ZEALAND NATIONAL OCEAN CENTRE
AskRIGHT Case Studies

The National Aquarium of New Zealand finds itself at a crossroads. In one direction exists an opportunity to redefine the venerable institution through investment, renovation, and expansion. The alternate direction follows a path that ultimately concludes with the Aquarium shutting its doors forever.
 
THE AskRIGHT INTERN EXPERIENCE
AskRIGHT Articles

Kade Hamalainen discusses his time as an intern with AskRIGHT (Australia), his studies at ACPNS, and the plan for his future in the philanthropic sector. AskRIGHT has the pleasure of developing the work experience and industry knowledge of young people seeking a career in the not-for-profit sector. If you are interested in an AskRIGHT internship, send an email to admin@askright.com
 

The New Zealand Ministry of Health has a collection of resources that answer common questions about COVID-19.