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Face to Face Fundraising

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Face to Face Fundraising Forum

The Face to Face Fundraising forum is a peer to peer network, focused on direct recruitment fundraising including street and door. We will discuss and challenge each other on best practice, share our current difficulties/successes in the market plus we will revue data and the user experience inside the Street & Door Diary Local Management System (LMS). We also aim to provide the platform for open communications between charities and third party agencies conducting face to face fundraising so all users of the LMS are working towards best practice.

Everybody is welcome, whether you are new to your role or have years of experience. This forum is a safe space to exchange ideas and insights, share highs and lows, and grow your network.

As the saying goes – “One good conversation can shift the direction of change forever”…Linda Lambert

We look forward to seeing you at the next forum.

Meet the Forum Chairs


John O'Byrne, Barnardos

Justin Killeen, UNICEF

Check below links for useful resources


Street & Door Diary Data

The below graphs represent total users and gross donor acquisition numbers from September 2016 until July 2019. In the graph at the top, the columns represent total monthly acquisitions, the blue line represents total monthly users and the or line the average acquisition per user per month.

The line graph at the bottom represents each individual charity’s monthly acquisitions. The thicker white line represents the trend in total monthly acquisitions over the life cycle of the diary. Since September 2016 the Diary has recorded over 120,500 donor acquisitions at an average of 255 sign ups per charity, per month.

More information on the Street and Door Diary (LMS)

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