Wikifund is created to provide one source portal of ALL information to do with Fundraising for charities, not for profit organisations and social enterprises. It is written by fundraisers for fundraisers. Updated by professional fundraisers throughout the world giving their own personal opinions and insight into what they are working on, their experiences, what they have learnt and what they would like to pass on to others. Full of blogs, case studies, how to guides, job opportunities, presentations, Wikifund aims to fulfil every fundraiser’s needs. If it doesn’t, please do get in touch and let us know what would help you. Click HERE to contact the Wikifund team.
How does it work?
The internet is an expanse of information, it doesn’t stop! So much so that it is impossible to keep on top of the latest news, blogs, information, news, updates, trends etc. By creating Wikifund, we are able to collectively share knowledge with our online community to help educate and empower others. Through collectively sharing knowledge, ideas and information, it raises the professionalism of our sector as a movement. The impact of raising the level of fundraising practice on a global scale has the potential to have an incredible effect. By being able to help other organisations with their fundraising who then are able to raise more funds and enable their organisations to do more, help more people, start more ‘social’ businesses, stop endangered animals become extinct, conserve more of the planet, save more lives, is an incredible opportunity for us all to make a collective concerted effort to help each other do better.
We want you to be part of this collective knowledge-sharing platform for the global fundraising community. Get involved in sharing, discussing, learning and developing to empower fundraisers to do a great job.
Visit Wikifund today to join the community and contribute: www.wikifund.info