Inyathelo's Blogspot

13August

Inyathelo capacity development project doubles Durban University of Technology bursaries and staff

Inyathelo capacity development project doubles Durban University of Technology bursaries and staff

A DUT bursary handover ceremony.The Durban University of Technology (DUT) is reaping the benefits of an innovative, five year capacity development programme for university fundraisers.

08August

Online prospecting tool at Inyathelo

Online prospecting tool at Inyathelo

Visit Inyathelo’s welcoming Civil Society Sustainability Centre in Woodstock, and it’s highly likely that you’ll come across visitors making use of the Funding Finder service.

01August

American student volunteers support Cape Town NPOs

Nawaal Nacerodien, the South African director of Beyond Sports, with Chelbi Graham from Ohio and Marie Brockman from Pennsylvania.

Numerous Cape Town-based not-for-profit organisations (NPOs) have received a boost of youthful energy and expertise, thanks to 17 student volunteers who travelled all the way from the United States to make a difference in under-resourced communities.

30July

Alumni relations vital for varsity's success, growth

Alumni relations vital for varsity's success, growth

Zwakele Ngubane is director of advancement and alumni relations at the Durban University of Technology. He was interviewed by Business Times Careers about his work. 

11July

#NGOs4Africa Campaign, 9 July - 27 August 2018

#NGOs4Africa Campaign, 9 July - 27 August 2018

David Barnard on his #NGOs4Africa Campaign

07June

Interview with advancement graduate Zwakele Nugbane

Zwakele Nugbane

Inyathelo is holding its sixth annual course in Advancement and Resource Mobilisation from 16-21 July. We asked course graduate Zwakele Ngubane about his key learnings, and how he is applying them in his current post of Director of Advancement at the Durban University of Technology.

30May

Applications open for popular annual Inyathelo Advancement course

InyRhSouth African universities and non-profit organisations (NPOs) are under pressure to manage their fundraising opportunities and processes optimally. This requires well-trained fundraising practitioners with up-to-date, professional knowledge.

 

28May

Inyathelo proposal writing workshop boosts NPO fundraising skills

Putting fundraising first: Inyathelo workshop facilitator Gillian Mitchell discusses facts and fallacies about writing effective fundraising proposals.

Strategic, well-written fundraising proposals are the lifeblood of most of South Africa’s estimated 150 000 non-profit organisations (NPOs). To meet this need, Inyathelo: The South African Institute for Advancement, recently held a proposal writing workshop at its offices in Woodstock, Cape Town (16 May).

18April

Featured content from ASK Inyathelo: Tips for engaging different supporters

Featured content from ASK Inyathelo: Tips for engaging different supporters

ASK Inyathelo houses information, resources, tools, and articles anchored within the Advancement framework, as well as articles in relation to the context we work in as non-profit organisations and institutions. The content is shared through a variety of multi-media tools such as video clipscomic stripspodcasts and via practitioner profiles.

05April

Philanthropy and Influence: The dark side of the force

Philanthropy and Influence: The dark side of the force

When civil society organisations flex their “knowledge muscles” and engage with donors on more equitable platforms, the potential of philanthropy to run away with the agenda becomes difficult.

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