I came here to learn about fundraising and, boy, did I learn! Trusts and foundations, legacies, members, all sorts of donors, appeals, raffles, events, social media, advertising, online sales – you name it, I looked it up! No stone was left unturned
The knowledge, passion and unswerving dedication shown by all the staff here is truly inspiring and is the lifeblood of the organisation. Which got me wondering – with all the unique investigative work that goes on here, why don’t more people know the name EIA?
In a guest blog, one of our supporters, Mark Fletcher, talks about why and how he is training for the upcoming 2012 London Marathon. We're very thankful that Mark is running to raise vital funds on our behalf and you can support and/or sponsor him.
As well as gift donations, you can also help us by purchasing festive greetings cards which make a contribution to our work.
For me, it’s also an opportunity to hook up with old friends at wood festivals around the country, and there spread word of the Environmental Investigation Agency to the curious
There’s no romantic back-story for how I first became aware of EIA. I literally stumbled past them on a walk. After noticing the sign for EIA’s offices wedged between a few storefronts, I decided to search for the organization on Google. I liked what I saw and requested a volunteer application