Fundraising Space exists to share learning and innovation in digital fundraising. We’re always on the lookout for exciting and different contributions to our blog.
We focus on engagement – always with fundraising in mind – but you don’t need to sit in a fundraising team. You could be a campaigner, a digital manager or a fundraiser – so long as your work relates to fundraising and you have useful learnings to share, we want to hear from you.
We’re interested in how fundraising, campaigning and comms can work together seamlessly to deliver for organisations.
Articles must be:
- Original. We don’t accept previously published work and the ideas must be your own
- Between 600 and 1000 words. On rare occasions, we may accept longer pieces, but we want posts to be punchy
- A useful contribution to understanding and learning within fundraising
- Easy to read. Avoid unnecessarily long sentences of complex constructions. Break your article up with subheads and make it easy to skim-read
What we’re not looking for:
- Directly negative or disparaging content about other people in or organisations in fundraising
- Derivative material that makes generic arguments that can be found elsewhere
- Self-promotion. We will not carry pieces are designed purely to sell products or services
We seek to give a platform to new voices in the charity sector and those who are not often heard in more traditional spaces. Alternate and challenging perspectives are welcome, so long as they are delivered in a constructive manner.
We are currently unable to pay contributors, although we hope this will change in the near future.
If you are interested in writing for us please get in contact or email@example.com or via the contact form on this site.