The Charity Marketing Blog is, well… a blog about marketing for charities – and any not-for-profit or third sector organisations.
The blog is written by me, John Brunsdon.
And just who the hell am I and what do I know about this stuff anyway?
As part of my day job, I’ve successfully helped the marketing of charities including the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, RSPCA, Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum, Bath Cats and Dogs Home, Bibic, the HorseWorld Trust and Goodwill Childrens homes.
I’m also a freelance writer and former national newspaper and BBC journalist and contribute to the Guardian Society pages on issues around fundraising and charity engagement.
I also deliver talks on charity marketing and engagement strategy for a number of non-profit and public sector organisations.
What’s in the blog?
You’ll find stuff here on marketing, web, social media, SEO, fundraising, advertising – all stuff to help your not-for-profit hopefully bring in more support and a higher profile.
Some of it will be practical, some of it theoretical and some of it just me spouting off about stuff that interests – or annoys – me. But all of it about charities and the third sector.
The blog will also point you to clever stuff being said by other fundraising experts around the web, and things I spot that I think you might like.
And anyone with an opinion or experience of charity marketing – please join in the discussion; thank me if I help you, tell me if you think I’m talking nonsense, ask me questions – but join in!
If you want to contact me, you can get hold of me at email@example.com or give me call on 0117 3250091. I’m available for conferences, lectures, strategy advice, writing assignments, weddings and bar mitzvahs (charity marketing themed ones, obviously).