As we all adjust to working from home, we may find ourselves with a few new co-workers (distractions?).
To help brighten your day, we thought we'd share a few of Team Hubbub's four-legged workforce. We hope that you are all keeping safe and well.
Hubbub Owner: Mark (Account Executive)
Age: 1 ½ years
Breed: Cocker Spaniel, Show cocker
Favourite food: Chicken, the man looooves chicken
Best trick: Roll over
Favourite house based activity: Chewing expensive personal belongings
Hubbub Owner: Laura (VP Operations)
Age: 4.5 months
Breed: Rhodesian Ridgeback
Favourite food: Banana & Peanut Butter in a Kong
Best trick: Wait - when there is a treat on the floor!
Favourite house based activity: Jumping on the sofa
Hubbub Owner: David (Senior Software Engineer)
Age: 3 ½ years
Breed: Standard short haired Dachshund
Favourite food: Sausages
Best trick: Roll over (when he wants to do it)
Favourite house based activity: Sleeping/chasing/tug of war
Hubbub Owner: Elise (Account Executive)
Favorite food: Cheese
Best trick: The Waltz
Favourite house based activity: Guarding the front door and snoozing
Hubbub Owner: Tom (Account Manager)
Age: 4 or 5
Breed: Not sure... She's a rescue from Bosnia
Best trick: Chasing pigeons
Favourite house based activity: Sleeping
Do you have a four legged friend keeping you company at home while you work? Head on over to our LinkedIn page and tell us about your remote work helpers.
(Not exclusive to doggos)
With many of us and our communities concerned about COVID-19, it can be tricky to know what direction to travel in and which decisions to make when it comes to keeping your charity's supporter community committed and engaged with your cause.
In this blog, we’ll take a look at the ways a lead generation strategy can help your charity to build its community of supporters - ultimately leading to a more engaged and loyal audience of volunteers, ambassadors and donors.
What might we learn from understanding the motivations behind why major donors support these kinds of digital appeals? And how can we use that understanding to match major donors with those digital appeals that they might be most interested in supporting?
In celebration of Giving Tuesday Now, we're showcasing the many ways universities all over the world have come together to support Covid-19 relief efforts.
Much sooner than some of us in the charity sector may have anticipated, institutions and organisations from around the world are making the switch. Embracing digital as the main channel for fundraising campaign solicitations.
As the sector’s experts in keeping your alumni communities connected, your teams will be busy planning the ways in which you can keep personal relationships strong. To assist with this, we’ve come up with a few ideas that can be easily implemented by any alumni engagement team - no matter where in the world you, or your members, might be.
Culture is about how shared experiences can be developed, maintained and then nurtured into behaviour. Giving programs that rely on this culture therefore need to develop student experience, embed an understanding of the way an institution works, and carve out a hallowed place in the hearts and minds of the young people who pass through their doors.
The rise of digital fundraising technology is changing the way charities fundraise, bringing with it plenty of new opportunities for organisations interested in embracing its potential.
Digital Fundraising technology and delivery.