2into3’s Quarterly Recruitment Monitor has shown that there has been a 19% increase in management roles advertised in the not-for-profit sector in Q2 2018 compared to Q2 2017.
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Government investment in sport is set to double to €220 million by 2027
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport have announced the 2018 Sports Capital Programme
In Q1, 2018 it cost organisations 11cent to raise €1 from Legacies. This finding emerged from the latest 2into3 Quarterly Fundraising Monitor.
For Purpose will connect organisations with graduates seeking careers in the not-for-profit sector
Over the past year, the Irish not-for-profit sector has expanded greatly. As the sector has grown, the need for leadership too has grown.
Next week 2into3 will hold three events around the country to launch the annual Irish Not-for-Profit Sector: Fundraising Performance Report, supported by The Community Foundation for Ireland.
#LegacyWeek is upon us! However, Ireland are still trailing behind the U.K. in terms of legacy giving for a variety of reasons.
So far in 2018, 2into3 has filled 17 management-level roles within the not-for-profit sector. 8 of these assignments saw individuals who were working in the private sector take up a senior level role within the not-for-profit sector at a 28% drop in salary.
The Q2, 2018 report of the Quarterly Fundraising Monitor found that income from Legacies doubled when compared to Q2, 2017. This is the fourth consecutive report to note a significant increase in legacies.