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ANGLICAN FUNDRAISING
AskRIGHT Booklet
Successful resourcing of Anglican ministry, social service, and education involves income from members, supporters, parents, and alumni. Income is enhanced by an excellent, appropriate communications strategy. Effective communication helps to build meaningful relationships between parishioners, supporters and parents, and the Anglican organisations that reflect and embody their values and beliefs. If you have any issues downloading the booklet, please email c.marks@askright.com to receive your copy.
 
NOW HIRING A PHILANTHROPY OFFICER
AskRIGHT Client
AskRIGHT is assisting Drug ARM to hire a Philanthropy Officer for a newly-created role in Queensland with flexible work options and generous package. Contact Principal Consultant, Pamela Sutton-Legaud, at p.legaud@askright.com if you'd like to have a confidential discussion.
 
FUNDRAISING AND ALUMNAE RELATIONS IN GIRLS' SCHOOLS 2020
AskRIGHT Feature
Every two years, we conduct a comprehensive benchmarking study to analyse fundraising and alumnae relations in girls’ schools with Alliance of Girls Schools Australasia (Alliance). The results of the 2020 study will be discussed in a webinar presented by AskRIGHT Principal Consultant, Pamela Sutton-Legaud, and Roseville College Principal, Deb Magill. This is a free, members-only event. Register for the Alliance Webinar on August 26 at 12:30pm:
 
WHAT TO CONSIDER BEFORE APPROACHING A PAF
AskRIGHT Article
One of the major frustrations for non-profit organisations looking to engage with PAFs is taking that first step to identify a prospective PAF and then finding out about the individuals who make decisions about how and to whom funds from the PAF are transferred. What information do you need to consider before approaching a PAF? We suggest a simple framework to kick the process off after identifying a handful of PAFs. This involves looking at Interest, Linkage, and Ability of the PAF and ranking them on a 5-point scale.
 
GET FUNDED EVERY DAY WITH DAYDATE
AskRIGHT Feature
Are you looking for a new fundraising system that will raise more money for your organisation? The ability to successfully raise funds online has now become critical for charities around the world. At a time when nonprofit organisations are increasingly dependent on donated revenue, AskRIGHT introduces a unique fundraising platform and service that can help you get funded every day. It is called DayDATE™ and here’s how it works. As featured in F&P:
 
CRISIS PHILANTHROPY IN EDUCATION: LESSONS FROM 'GIVING USA 2020'
AskRIGHT Article
"There is much we can learn from looking at past trends. Trend analysis helps us to understand what the future might look like, can also help us establish benchmarks and guide future decision-making in our fundraising programmes." Rachel Jefferies (Fundraising Consultant) interprets data from Giving USA 2020: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2019 and what it means for the education sector. As featured in AGSA [IA] News:
 
DGR STATUS: THE LEGAL BASICS FOR NOT-FOR-PROFITS
AskRIGHT Feature
"Deductible gift recipient (DGR) status is highly sought after, as it can help not-for-profits access more donations and grants. Many organisations grapple with DGR status, including understanding the benefits, which groups are eligible, how to apply and what the planned DGR reforms will mean for them. Laws in this area are complex and navigating the rules for obtaining and keeping DGR status can be tricky. We’re here to help! Join us for an informative webinar on all things DGR, and we’ll break things down into simple terms." Register for the Justice Connect live webinar on Tuesday 22 September 12.45pm:
 
CHANGES TO FUNDRAISING REGISTRATION & REPORTING FOR CHARITIES IN VICTORIA
AskRIGHT Feature
Charities that conduct fundraising in Victoria that are registered with Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) will no longer be required to apply for fundraising registration, provide annual statements, or renew their registration with Consumer Affairs Victoria. Charities will only need to notify Consumer Affairs Victoria of their intention to fundraising in Victoria. More details to come on the Consumer Affairs Victoria web page: