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Neil Sloggie BA

"Neil Sloggie is one of the few truly international fundraising consultants roaming the planet. He's worked with some of the best known and most successful charities in the world over 20 years, and his globetrotting experiences place him in the ideal position to have an aerial eye view of the fundraising landscape."
Jeremy Bradshaw
Editor, Fundraising and Philanthropy Magazine Australasia.

Neil Sloggie is founder and principal consultant of Fundraising Solutions International. He has an extensive record of fundraising achievement in Australia and New Zealand, Europe, North and South America and Asia.

Neil has worked with some of the worlds largest international fundraising organisations as well as for universities, hospitals and a wide range of other non-profits in the fields of the environment, development, health, the arts, and public advocacy. His experience has included strategy development and audits of large and small fundraising operations in several countries, design and direction of new fundraising start-ups, direct management of fundraising operations, provision of fundraising training, and directing major gift capital campaigns.

He is author of Tiny Essentials of Fundraising and Tiny Essentials of Major Gift Fundraising, and co-creator of the Tiny Essentials series.

Fundraising History

Since 1999 - Principal, Fundraising Solutions International, currently providing fundraising consultancy in Australia, Asia, Europe, Africa, the USA, and South America.

1994-1999 Asia Pacific Region Fundraising Manager, Greenpeace International

Based in Sydney, responsible to Greenpeace International for all fundraising in this region; involved intensive on-going work in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Thailand, India and Hong Kong, plus occasional work in North and South America, and Europe. Work carried out included strategic reviews, recruitment and training of fundraising staff, new programme set up, direct programme management, troubleshooting, and programme development across all fundraising areas.

1992-1994 Fundraising Manager, British Association of Cancer Patients (BACUP).

Based in London, this post had responsibility for all elements of fundraising for this medium sized cancer charity. Techniques used include direct mail, corporate (philanthropy/sponsorship/CRM), telemarketing, major gift, bequest, and fundraising from government.

1989-1992 Senior Consultant, Andrew de Mille Fundraising, London

Strategic reviews, general consultancy, fundraising start ups and capital campaign direction for a wide range of organisations.

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