Top charity sector resources

Working in the charity sector – whatever your role – it’s important to keep up to date. Whether that’s by subscribing to blogs, reading sector articles, joining groups, attending events or following people on Twitter. *Updated July 2018*

Top charity resources

I asked the Third Sector PR and Communications Facebook network for their top charity resources and here they are (with some of my own):


Guardian Voluntary Sector


UK Fundraising – run by Howard Lake


Civil Society

Third Sector

SOFII – The showcase of fundraising innovation and inspiration

Media Trust

Small Charities Coalition 

Reason Digital



Institute of Fundraising

Beth Kanter


Rob Mansfield 

Zoe Amar

CharityChap (Matt Collins)

Madeleine Sugden

Lucy Gower

3rd Sector Mission Control (Richard Sved)

101 Fundraising

Paul de Gregorio




NFPTweetup (run by Rachel Beer)

Institute of fundraising 


Charity Meetup (run by Dawn Newton)


Third Sector PR and Communications Network (Facebook)

Digital Charities Working Group (Facebook)

CharityComms Creatives Group (LinkedIn)

Institute of Fundraising (LinkedIn)

Digital Charities (Slack)

Fundraising Chat (Facebook)

Charity Women (Facebook)

Small International Development Charities Network (Facebook)

CharityConnect (website forum)


Here are people/organisations to follow on Twitter who talk about charity, digital, comms, marketing and mobile.

If you have any others to add, please mention them in the comments.

8 thoughts on “Top charity sector resources

  1. Hi Kirsty, I attend a bi-monthly meetup at the British Red Cross called Digital Fundraising Forum, I’d recommend it as it’s very interesting. There’s a Google list and a Linkedin group.

  2. Hi Kirsty,
    I would suggest adding the Institute of Fundraising blog to the blog section. I am biased but all the blog posts are sourced from UK fundraisers and cover a wide spectrum of fundraising topics or career advice. Covering everything from case studies, hints & tips to personal insight and experiences. A wealth of quality and up to date source for sector knowledge 🙂

  3. Pingback: Resources to help small charities ace social media | Gemma Pettman PR

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