Institute of Physics
The Institute of Physics is a leading scientific society. It is a charitable organisation with a worldwide membership of more than 50,000, working together to advance physics, education, research and application.
Modern Art Oxford
Modern Art Oxford is one of Britain’s leading contemporary galleries and has a reputation for ground-breaking exhibitions. All exhibitions and many of their events, activities and workshops are free to visitors and they are funded through the Arts Council of England, Oxford City Council and exhibition sponsorship.
Serious is Britain’s largest producer of world music and live jazz. It creates and produces a diverse range of concerts, tours and special events, working with artists and partners from the UK and internationally.
The Share Foundation
The Share Foundation was set up by Gavin Oldman in February 2005. Its aim is to help young people leave care at the age of 18 with both the material resources and knowledge to achieve their potential. Since it was established, the foundation has been working with the government’s two investment initiatives for young people: the Child Trust Fund and the Junior ISA.
Co-founded by Bono and other campaigners, ONE is a grassroots advocacy and campaigning organisation that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease particularly in Africa. ONE was looking to develop a European fundraising strategy focused on high net worth individuals and private foundations.
Save The Children
Save the Children had always been successful in generating income through direct marketing. At the same time, given the range and scope of its work, as well as many of its high level supporters, there was clearly potential to develop and grow high value fundraising.
Caius House is a charity and youth club that has served Battersea for the last 125 years providing fun, informal and social educational activities for young people from deprived backgrounds between the ages of 11 and 21.