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2into3 nonprofit Talent recruitment trend

Nonprofit Talent Trends – Q3 2023

The latest snapshot of senior recruitment activity in the Irish nonprofit sector shows a stabilisation in activity year on year. 2into3’s tracking of roles advertised found there were 253 senior posts advertised in Q3 of 2023, a reduction of 6.9% from the 272 roles advertised in the same period last year. In terms of the […]

Giving Ireland 2023

Launching Giving Ireland 2023 Report

On Thursday 26th October, we launched Giving Ireland 2023 Report, in collaboration with Philanthropy Ireland. Our report launch event was followed by four subsector webinars, on Sport & Recreation, Religion & International, Environment and Health & Social Services. Thank you to everyone who attended our launch event and webinars, for our panellists for providing their […]

Importance of Storytelling

5 Tips For Effective Storytelling in Fundraising

One of the most difficult challenges for nonprofits who engage in fundraising is effectively engaging donors and inspiring them to support their mission with, or over, the plethora of worthy causes around the world. A solution to this problem can be found in the art of effective storytelling. Stories have a unique power to connect […]

Sports Capital applications

2023 Sports Capital Grant Applications

The Sports Capital Programme is the primary vehicle for government support for the development of sports and physical recreation facilities and the purchase of non-personal sports equipment throughout the country. The 2023 Sports Capital and Equipment Programme opened for applications on Monday 17th July 2023 and closed last Friday 8th September.   Sports Capital Masterclasses […]

Artificial Intelligence in Fundraising

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence in Fundraising

Artificial Intelligence (AI) undoubtedly has the potential to revolutionise the way organisations choose to fundraise. The future impact of AI in the sector is likely to be significant and wide-ranging, with both positive and negative repercussions certain to arise in the upcoming years. Before we delve into the potential drawbacks of AI in fundraising, it’s […]

Theory of Change 2into3

3 Reasons Why a Theory of Change Could Increase Impact

Nonprofits and charities are at the forefront of catalysing positive change for individuals, communities and society. Whether that is through the provision of frontline services, lobbying and advocacy, or the contribution to policy and research. United by a shared purpose and vision, organisations have developed unique responses to addressing some of the most pressing challenges […]

2into3 nonprofit Talent recruitment trend

Nonprofit Talent Trends – Q2 2023

The latest snapshot of senior recruitment activity in the Irish nonprofit sector shows a significant slowdown in the number of roles advertised, indicating that the backlog from the pandemic has been cleared.  There was a total of 219 senior roles identified by 2into3’s analysis of the market for Q2 of 2023, down from 270 from […]

Fundraising strategy 2into3

Why your organisation should complete a fundraising strategy

While it is not a legal requirement to have a fundraising strategy, it is extremely useful to formulate one. A well-written fundraising strategy enables an organisation to meet their goals, whilst ensuring that everyone – staff, fundraisers, board members and potential donors – are focused and on-track to hit their goals throughout the year. Having […]

Sports Capital Grant Announcement 2023 2into3 Grants

Sports Capital & Equipment Grant Announcement

The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media has announced that Sports Capital & Equipment Programme 2023 will open on Monday 17th of July at 9am and will close at 5pm on the 8th of September. It is important to list the changes that have been made to the Sports Capital Application this […]

Exit Interview Feedback follow up

How To Use Exit Interviews To Improve Your Organisation

In our previous article, we discussed, ‘The Importance of Open Feedback in Exit Interviews’ for an honest and direct review of your organisation. When a resignation is amicable and your employee is simply moving on, feedback helps address any ongoing issues which could cause further resignations if left unresolved. Therefore, exit interviews should not be […]