Five tweets for fundraisers for 10 October 2017 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis8 Tagged with: Funding Humour Money Twitter Our latest round-up of tweeted intelligence for fundraisers includes a two savvy uses of data, a Twitter face-off by English cathedrals, the global spread of a simple fundraising idea, and a condensation of what fundraising is all about. — Steven Flower (@stevieflow) October 9, 2017It is the work of charity data and research specialist David Kane.2. Co-op shares open data on its local grantmakingOn the subject of open data, the Co-op has started publishing data on the money it gives to local causes through its Local Community Fund. It hopes this will encourage greater collaboration amongst grantmakers along the lines of 360Giving‘s initiative.The Co-op publishing #opendata to [email protected] standard. This kind of transparency makes me https://t.co/v8Owkrifno via @CoopUk— Linda Humphries (@moominlounge) October 9, 2017 3. Battle of the cathedralsEver wondered which English cathedral would come out on top in a Twitter face-off? No? Nor me.But it happened on World Architecture Day, triggered by St Paul’s Cathedral, and it is a delight to read the thread that developed.Today is #WorldArchitectureDay.The Cathedrals of England have got this well covered!#DropsMic pic.twitter.com/f1k18e0Ui2— St Paul’s Cathedral (@StPaulsLondon) October 2, 2017For some more creative social media partnerships and interactions between heritage organisations, try MuseumInstaTour. Social media staff at several museums meet up and then visit each other’s museums, sharing their favourite finds (based on an agreed theme) on their own museum’s Instagram account. The day-long trip derived from the MuseumInstaSwap, also the idea of Russell Dornan.4. AustennerYou’ve probably received your new design £10 note and no doubt donated it to your charity of choice. The #firsttenner campaign, based on John Thompson’s #firstfiver campaign last year, has seen some creative additional elements. Given the appalling responses faced by Caroline Criado-Perez for proposing that a woman be featured on the new design, it is entirely appropriate that many recipients of the new note donated them to charities dealing with violence against women and girls.Got your #firsttenner #austenner yet? pls consider donating to your local refuge like @CCriadoPerez in #NYorks it’s @IDASfor100 pic.twitter.com/XQuTIrDT2E— [email protected] (@CarmelOfford) September 19, 2017The #firsttenner idea has spread internationally too, to other countries that are introducing new banknotes:https://twitter.com/GuideDogsSANT/status/910286597429460992 Howard Lake | 10 October 2017 | News 1. Find that CharityHeard about a charity but not sure if it is based in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland? Until now you would have to search three different search tools on the different regulator’s websites. No longer. Enter Find that Charity. A single search covers all three registered charity databases.Really Useful Charity Number Reconciliation Service Thing, via the fab @kanedr : https://t.co/cazDmosVCX #opendata @360Giving #volsec Advertisement 135 total views, 1 views today 5. SimplesSimon Scriver has managed to encapsulate the essentials of fundraising.#fundraising pic.twitter.com/OWZvMK0Irm— Simon Scriver #FundraisingEverywhere (@ToastFundraiser) October 7, 2017 136 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis8 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.