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The Morgan's Crazy Canoe Marathon

By Debbie Wright | 29 April 2019


‘Welcome to the Morgans’ latest slightly crazy project! We’re going to be paddling 127 miles over six days in May in a fundraising canoe marathon down the Thames from Witney to Westminster.’


Is it time to pension off Pudsey?

By Craig Borlase | 15 November 2013

Is it time to pension off Pudsey? - a Stewardship blog

Something’s changing in the world of charity fundraising...

But to understand it, we need to go back in history. A long way back, to Germany in the murky days of the fifteenth century. In the barn of a young blacksmith/goldsmith/visionary sits the invention that will change not just the face of Christianity, but the entire course of human history.


raising funds online - cnmac13

By Daniel Jones | 9 November 2013

Today I get 40 minutes to encourage, poke and cajoule churches and Christian charities to do better in their online fundraising.

Here are the slides, in case you missed it or need a recap...


Holy Mo! The handlebars are back!

By Jo Ratnarajah | 15 October 2013


By now we’re sure a lot of you will have heard of ‘Movember’. A chance for men everywhere to show support for for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health by sprouting facial hair galore!


9 steps to hosting a successful coffee morning to raise funds

By Jo Ratnarajah | 26 September 2013 | Comments (2)

9 steps to hosting a successful coffee morning to raise funds

Coffee mornings are part of our great British tradition and an easy way to raise funds and to motivate and educate your friends and family about your favourite charity. Here are 9 steps to creating the perfect coffee event:



By Alexandra Khan | 7 June 2013

We're happy to premiere our brand new video for - explaining all you need to know about our free online fundraising service:


everything you need to know about fundraising with

By Alexandra Khan | 25 July 2012

A few Sundays ago, I sat in the third row from the front of my church, playing on my iPhone and waiting for the service to start. My empire was just about to be crushed by the mighty French armies  and all the cavalry in the world wouldn’t have prevented it (I was playing Civilisation Revolution). I was feeling fairly despondent about it, to be honest. But then I heard someone say something that felt like a victory.


team Stewardship joins Race for Life

By Bethan Walker | 12 July 2012

On Wednesday 11 July 2012, a team of twenty two Stewardship ladies, their friends, daughters and family members battled treacherous weather conditions to successfully complete the 5k Race for Life and raise money for charity.


top ten tips for fundraising

By Bethan Walker | 13 February 2012 | Comments (1)

You've decided to fundraise for a cause - well done! Now begins the hard work to encourage others to share your vision and support you. Read our top ten tips...