Through a range of innovative fundraising strategies, corporate outreach programs, cross promotional campaigns, events and grant applications, Ethical Goods has enabled over £75 million in new funding to reach our charity partners in the past 11 years.
During the Covid-19 global pandemic, we provided hundreds of hours of free consultation to assist charities in creating successful Crowdfunder campaigns which have benefited from received additional funding from local authorities, corporates and other funding bodies, including charitable trusts. The team have helped charities to think creatively around sourcing and promoting rewards to encourage higher donations, in addition to understanding the formula involved in successful crowdfunding.
We even achieved a Guinness World Records™ for the world’s biggest virtual pub, featuring celebrity comedians such as Russell Howard and Jason Manford, with funds split between National Emergencies Trust and helping to save community pubs.
We help charities to leverage the impact of their corporate and individual supporter base, measure their impact, activate their fundraisers and to organise fundraising events. If your charity would like help setting up a Crowdfunder, or would like to enlist our services, please give us a call on: 0845 6436412
We are privileged to work with a wide range of world-changing charities. Below are some of our amazing charity partners.
On completing our work with Re-engage, Kitty Blackwell, Director of Fundraising and Communications said:
“A huge thank you to you and your team for all that you have done for Re-engage over the last couple of years. You have been an integral part of the team that secured record income for Re-engage last year and have come with us on a journey that has seen the charity diversify and reach more older people than ever before in more ways than we could have imagined only a year ago.”
Here’s what our charity client, Fredericks Foundation have to say about our work with them…
“Through your systematically dealing with a succession of challenges, Ethical Goods have left us in an infinitely better position than you found us: with all debts paid off, with a new business model, no major threats overhanging us and cash in the bank!” Paul Barry-Walsh, Chairman, Fredericks Foundation.
Peter Kelly, Trustee at Fredericks Foundation also commented on the excellent strategic decision making and planning, external communications and fundraising that the Ethical Goods team brought to their charity. He reflected that “the last few years have been a challenging time for our charity” but that now, thanks to Ethical Goods restructuring plan, they have a “new and clear focus” and “that for the first time, it looks as if the Foundation will have a bright and sustainable future”.