The Book of Covidence 2

This week’s best tips, advice and insights Hi Everyone. We hope you’re all coping, adapting, connecting and most of all – staying well. Thanks for all your messages and reactions to our recent EDMs. And it’s really uplifting to see so many smart charities reacting quickly, being lithe, being strategic, and getting their appeals out. And most of all, being more connected to their donors than ever. It shows once again, what a bright, developed and responsive sector we are. Continuing our series on sources of helpful advice to fortify ourselves as we navigate ...

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We’re Open. And we’re here for you.

Continuity of Service With Covid 19, the world – and the word – is changing by the day. And we understand there are new and changing pressures on your work programs and teams each day. We just want to reassure you that our team here at Persuasion Republic is not going anywhere. We’re actually busy and have a slate of lovely projects over the next few months. Plus, we’re gearing up to provide continuity of service – and extra support if needed. So, we’re here to meet your needs – your regular work load and also any new initiatives you want to implement ...

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Legacy Fundraising Report

Welcome to the third edition of the Legacy Snapshot research report. I’m delighted to say that this edition is produced in partnership with My Legacy and is the second in a series of new legacy research projects that we are undertaking together. The aim of this research is to try to arm legacy fundraisers with new information which they can use in their work to develop better strategy and tactics and win more support within their organisation. Hopefully, they will find it easier to benchmark their organisation against their peers and the sector in general. Survey 1 ...

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Legacy Fundraising. Snapshot of Legacy Fundraising in Ireland 2012-2015

You can read our most recent research report on Legacy Fundraising in Ireland by clicking here.

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Concern Debates Evaluation Project

The primary objective of the research we did for Concern was to evaluate the current Concern Debates programme with a view to strategically advise on how it might be developed in the future. The research involved focus groups with a variety of Concern Debate stakeholders including staff, teachers, adjudicators and students. Running over several months, the research provided instrumental insights that have been used to inform the online survey part of the research project.

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Temple Street Foundation Qualitative Research

As part of our work with Temple Street Foundation on their new brand and messaging, we completed qualitative research to tap into the opinion of both donors and non-donors of the new brand approaches. The research took place over the summer and included a mix of focus groups of both donor and non-donor groups based in Dublin and Galway. The research ascertained and evaluated reactions towards the new messaging, vision and mission statements and provided strategic input into the precise elements of the messaging in terms of its branding, its composition, its language, ...

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Getting More from Our Sector – Increasing Gender Diversity in Non-Profit Leadership

AUTUMN SEMINAR Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 GPO Witness Gallery, GPO, O’Connell Street 12 noon ‘til 2 pm Sign Up Today “But when it came to ‘s’ power – the need to have impact driven by altruistic reasons – women were significantly higher in ‘s’ power than men.” The Winner Effect, Ian Robertson There are just a few days left to sign up to our exciting Autumn seminar. Hear about how power affects our brains and influences how we make decisions. Explore why women may be better at making decisions for the greater good and how the NfP sector ...

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What impact do disability services charities have on Irish society?

What impact do disability services charities have on Irish society?  Our recent report examines the vision, mission and impact of seven disability services charities registered in Ireland and outlines how these charities are working towards achieving their stated missions. It identifies the key future challenges facing these charities and how the charities are innovating in the context of a dynamic environment. VISION AND MISSION All of the charities in the research sample are focused on improving the quality of life for people with disabilities and ensuring ...

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What impact do animal (domestic and wildlife) charities have on Irish society?

Our recent report examines the vision, mission and impact of seven animal charities registered in Ireland and outlines how these charities are working towards achieving their stated missions. It identifies the key future challenges facing these animal charities and how the charities are innovating in the context of a dynamic environment. VISION AND MISSION All of the charities in the research sample share a common aim of working to promote animal (domestic and wildlife) welfare and to promote a greater understanding of the relationship between animals (domestic and ...

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The Impact of Mental Health Charities on Irish Society

Our second report, in a series of eight reports on the impact of charities on Irish society, focuses on the vision, mission and impact of mental health charities registered in Ireland and outlines how these charities are working towards achieving their missions. It identifies the key future challenges facing mental health charities and how these charities are innovating in the face of a dynamic environment.   VISION AND MISSION – Commonalities and Differences All of the charities in the research sample share a common aim of working to promote and support ...

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