6 Tips for nurturing donor relationships
Every fundraiser knows the vital importance of their supporters. All support is wonderful and gratefully received, but for sustainable, long-term support it’s crucial to develop a long-term relationship with your supporters. So, what can you do to help develop these connections? Supporters get involved when they feel needed and valued In our recent blog we explored “why direct mail [...] more>
What do we mean by “Strategy” and why is it important?
When it comes to planning any sort of strategy for your organisation, it’s important to start at the beginning of the process by ensuring you know what a strategy is and why you need one. This is often a stumbling block as few people know what strategy really is. What is strategy? Strategy can often [...] more>
Seriously good reasons why Yeomans is supporting Hospice in the Weald this Christmas.
Behind all the fun appearing on Twitter as part of this year’s Yeomans Christmas campaign there is a serious reason why we are asking people to tweet their Christmas selfies. Always looking for opportunities to raise money for good causes, Phil and Alistair have agreed to donate £1 to Hospice in the Weald for the first [...] more>
Phil’s time in Vietnam with CNCF – A Reflection
I’ve been reflecting on my time in Vietnam with the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation last week and I find it heart-warming and encouraging that despite those who would want to do bad in this world there are many that seek to do good and often with personal sacrifice, putting others before themselves. I was privileged [...] more>
A Noble cause – Vietnams’ street children. Part 3
Wednesday 2 December In the Vietnamese culture and because of the stigma associated with it, a child born with “disabilities” is often hidden away and denied the normal opportunities that might exist. As a consequence they are sometimes referred to as the invisible children. Vietnam has one of the highest rates of child disability in [...] more>
A Noble cause – Vietnam’s street children. Part 2
Monday 30 November 2015, Saigon Before heading out to visit projects I spent the day walking the streets here in Saigon, soaking up the atmosphere and environment, meeting lots of people who wanted to be my friend and having near-death experiences just crossing the roads! I’ve eaten some great food and taken a trip across [...] more>
A Noble cause – Vietnam’s street children. Part 1
Our man in the field, Phil Broad, is visiting the vital work of the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation and is blogging his experiences. Saturday 28 November 2015, Dubai Airport Being part of Yeomans for nearly 12 years has taught me to never expect one day to be like any other, each brings its own uniqueness [...] more>
What should you Tweet? 6 types of content you should be tweeting
If you’re just starting out on your social media marketing plan or are simply looking for some new ideas for your Twitter feed then here are 6 quick tips for shareable, relevant and engaging content. 6 Types of Content You Should Be Tweeting Content your audience is learning about Content from people you want to [...] more>
Yeomans sponsors the BigChurchDayOut
Be a Buddy – a BigChurchBuddy Fundraising is sometimes referred to as ‘friendraising’ because friends give you the help you need. Over the last five years the BigChurchDayOut has become a beacon for the growing church, a gathering for Christians who want to celebrate their faith and is a welcoming place to invite non-Christian friends [...] more>
10 years of Yeomans!
Happy birthday to us, happy birthday to us! On 1 April 2014 we’re delighted to celebrate 10 years of being in business. In 2004, Yeomans was launched with the sole vision to help make a difference for charities with marketing and fundraising support. Our portfolio of services and work is almost unrecognisable from our first [...] more>