As funding gets harder, what is the role of the State?

Government aid is set to continue but there is still a big need for philanthropic and private sources.

Ireland Can Learn From Scotland's Charity Sector Crisis

2into3 undertook analysis of Scottish data to identify giving trends in the wake of a charitable sector crisis in 2003.

Kingsley Aikins becomes Associate at 2into3

Kingsley Aikins of Diaspora Matters joins 2into3 Associate Team

RAISE, the Business of Arts Fundraising: Plans & People in Place, Arts Organisations are Ready to Ask

Two phases of the Arts Council of Ireland's fundraising capacity building programme are now complete as the recently recruited fundraisers take up their positions and begin implementing the strategies developed with 2into3.

Trust and Charities

The on-going controversy about pay levels and funding of senior executives in the charitable, or not-for-profit sector, challenges the position of trust that the sector holds with the public. It is a serious challenge and can only be fully addressed by the sector’s stakeholders taking responsibility.

Arts Council announces new phase of fundraising initiative delivered by 2into3

Phase two of fundraising capacity initiative delivered by 2into3 launched by Arts Council

Irish Sports Council move into new facility at Abbotstown

Taoiseach Enda Kenny opens the Irish Sports Council’s HQ at Abbotstown, accompanied by Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Leo Varadkar.

Cabinet signs off on plans for three new technological universities

The Cabinet has signed off on plans to create three new technological universities as part of a plan for the most fundamental reform of third-level education in the history of the State.

2into3 joins the Institute of Management Consultants & Advisors (IMCA)

2into3, the not-for-profit specialists, has joined the IMCA as a registered practice.

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