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Is the British Crisis in Fundraising Real? Or a Crisis of Courage?

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If you are interested in the ‘crisis’ in British Fundraising, which started after a charity supporter, Olive Cooke, committed suicide in Bristol, England. Newspapers accused charities of hounding her to death.

Her family denied that, but by then the truth was irrelevant.  It doesn’t sell papers.

UK charity staff seemed to put their hands up “It’s a fair cop, guvn’r”.

But was it?

Check out my thoughts on 101Fundraising.com.



  • Sean Triner

    Sean Triner is a Co-Founder of Moceanic and Pareto Group. With over three decades of experience in fundraising and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in mathematics, Sean has a wealth of fundraising expertise to share with Moceanic members and blog readers. He is also a coach and available for bookings on the Coaching+ program for fundraisers to help answer your questions and work hands-on directly with you.

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