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Companies

Effective Fundraising

Best Seller

by Luke FitzHerbert

Fees

£12.95

The Guide to UK Company Giving 2013/14

New Edition

Published May 2013

by Denise Lillya

Fees

£75.00

The Company Giving Almanac 2013 (Digital download)

Available to download right away

by Dr Catherine Walker

Fees

£24.00 (includes VAT)

Individual donors

How to Love Your Donors (To Death)!

by Stephen Pidgeon

Fees

£22.95

International

Guide to European Funding for the Non-profit Sector 2014-2015 (USB e-book)

Fees

£33.00

Specialist sector

Environment Funding Guide

by Denise Lillya

Fees

£35.00

The Sports Funding Guide

by Tom Traynor

Fees

£35.00

The Guide to Educational Grants 2015/16

In association with the National Union of Students

by Gabriele Zagnojute & Denise Lillya

Fees

£80.00

A Guide to Grants for Individuals in Need 2015/16

by Jennifer Reynolds & Denise Lillya

Fees

£80.00

Cultural Giving

by Theresa Lloyd

Fees

£15.00

Youth Funding Guide

by Denise Lillya

Fees

£35.00

The Guide to Sports Funding (Digital download)

Available to download right away

by Jonny Morris and Lucy Lernelius-Tonks

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£42.00 (includes VAT)

Trusts and foundations

The Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2014/15

by Tom Traynor et al

Fees

£125.00

The Guide to New Trusts 2014/15

Print edition

by Tom Traynor

Fees

£50.00

The Guide to Major Trusts 2014/15 Volume 1

by Tom Traynor et al

Fees

£75.00

The Guide to Major Trusts 2014/15 Volume 2

by Tom Traynor et al

Fees

£75.00

The Guide to New Trusts 2014/15 (Digital download)

by Tom Traynor

Fees

£45.00

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New Edition

The Guide to UK Company Giving 2013/14

This invaluable guide now includes details of 550 companies in the UK that give a combined total of over £622 million in community support to voluntary and community organisations. The book: - Explains the different types of company, their corporate social responsibility policies, levels of giving (cash and in-kind). Also examples

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The Guide to Educational Grants 2015/16

Pre-order now, out 31/10/2014 This is the 13th edition of the UK’s only publication to gather data from all educational trusts in the UK. The Guide to educational Grants Contains over 1,400 sources of non-statutory financial help for people in education, giving a total of around £54 million each year. Each entry

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A Guide to Grants for Individuals in Need 2015/16

Pre-order now, out 31/10/2014 This is the 14th edition of what now is a monumental guide for individuals in need of vital funding. Containing the details of over 1,900 trusts, this guide holds a total of over £268 million a year for the relief of individual poverty and hardships. Each

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The Directory of Grant Making Trusts 2014/15

The twenty third edition of this comprehensive reference work covers 2,500 grant-making trusts, each with the potential to give at least £25,000 in total per year, collectively giving around £4.3 billion. With fully updated information supplied by the trusts themselves, the entries include: • geographical area supported by the trust • concise contact

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The Guide to New Trusts 2014/15

Through popular demand this guide is now annual. It features in detail for the first time in print around 100 newly-registered grant-making trusts. Registered in 2013 the trusts are analysed for their grant-making policies and practices, contact details, and areas that they will not consider. DSC applies its usual research

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The Guide to Major Trusts 2014/15 Volume 1

Grant-making trusts are a key source of funding for charitable activity, and this guide – now in its 14th edition – has built a reputation as the definitive source of information in this area. Volume 1 concentrates on the 400 largest trusts that give over £300,000 a year, with a

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