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Are you a relationship fundraiser?

Is your regular giving programme based on two-way communication? Do you really know what your regular supporters want from you? Do you find it difficult to convince your board that relationship fundraising works and should be invested in? Join us…

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Visit us at CHASE 2016

The Charities and Associations Event – CHASE 2016 – Visit us on Stand 1 For two days the Rapidata Team will be attending the CHASE conference taking place on 16th – 17th February 2016 at the Business Design Centre, London. The…

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Rapidata heads to Glasgow for IoF Scotland

Rapidata is once again delighted to be supporting the Institute of Fundraising Scottish Fundraising Conference 2015 #ScotConf15. Paula and Nicole will be on hand  to answer your questions about regular giving and Direct Debit collections, both off and online. If…

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Giving Direct Debit Va Va Voom

Scott Gray, Managing Director of Rapidata heads to the Institute of Fundraising Yorkshire Fundraising Conference this week to run a workshop “Direct Debit made Sexy!” Direct Debit is now the top form of giving to charity in the UK and…

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Death of the tax disc – hail paperless!

First published on UK Fundraising 10th December 2013 It came as no surprise to me that, following the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement last week, the tax disc is to say goodbye next October after more than 90 years. While I would…

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Rapidata at the AFP Conference, San Diego

Regular Giving: How to Maximize Returns with Trigger Communications Once you have acquired new donors, the greatest challenge is to keep hold of them and build valuable long-term relationships. Saying ‘thank you’ is just the beginning of the dialogue. Scott…

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“We are a new start-up charity in the first year of operations so there was a need to set up the Direct Debit process. Rapidata held our hands all the way through and supported us in an area that had moved on hugely since I’d last worked in it. We would probably have been floundering without their help”

Sally Cameron, Head of Fundraising, Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance