At Minerva we tailor our services to our clients’ requirements, because we believe that the “one size fits all” philosophy in fundraising is inappropriate for the needs of many smaller charities.
We offer flexible terms of engagement so that smaller charities are not tied into long and costly contracts. We believe that our clients should be offered the ability to amend or terminate contracts as the fundraising situation develops.
Jimmy James BSocSc has been a Member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising since 1995, and holds the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s Diploma in Fundraising MCIOF(Dip). In 2004, he became one of the first people in the UK to achieve the Certified Fundraising Executive qualification from CFRE International. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI).
Minerva abides by and endorses the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s Codes of Practice, and works in partnership with its clients to achieve each charity’s fundraising aims.
Minerva Fundraising Consultancy is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, the UK’s leading professional body for fundraising professionals. The Institute has recently published its new Member Code of Conduct, which expands on the Institute’s existing requirements by outlining its expectations of members in relation to professional standards and behaviour, ethical standards and integrity and being a representative of the profession.
To read more about the CIOF’s Code of Conduct click here.
The Minerva approach
We realise that small and medium size charities have many different aims, and that their resources, both human and financial, are likely to be less than the major national charities. Because we understand this, our approach is geared to suit the needs and wishes of our clients.