We love tech.
We like people.
We like experimenting.
We like making a difference.
We’re a charity.
We like collaborating with inspired fundraising folk, charities, developers, companies, brands to create new interesting, easy, fun ways to encourage people to support great causes.
You can get in touch by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling on 0844 324 6010.
Find out more about what we’ve been working on in our research blog.
We help charities, developers and companies innovate, be more effective and make a bigger difference. We help charities understand audiences and their needs, design and deliver new services and fundraising products and measure and increase their effectiveness.
We also have a great range of creative brains, experience, designers and smart people who want to make a difference. Our creative team are bursting with good ideas and experience to help make your ideas come to life.
This is all possible thanks to the inspired and generous people at NESTA, Nominet Trust, Comic Relief, Pears Foundation, Baring Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation and Seren Partners.
Dominic Vallely, CEO
Dominic combines being Strategy Director at Seren Partners, a Shoreditch based customer experience design company with leadership of TheGivinglab, a charity innovation lab, focusing on giving and technology.
A former TV producer and commissioner at the BBC he left initially to run a project for Comic Relief developing new products that harness new technology, make Britain laugh and raise money for good causes.
CHRIS SUTTON, FINANCE DIRECTOR
Chris is an experienced financial professional with expertise in financial management, business process improvement and change management. He has worked for a broad range of high profile organisations including the John Lewis Partnership, Hearst Corporation, UBS Investment Bank and ICAP and is currently Head of Finance at 10:10, the carbon reduction campaign.
Alongside a successful career as an accountant, Chris also works as a policy researcher on environmental and social sustainability issues and has recently produced reports for the Food Ethics Council and WWF-UK.
ILANA JACKMAN, SENIOR CONSULTANT
As a fundraiser, Ilana has raised in excess of £20m during her career across small to large organisations, including The NSPCC and Jewish Care. She has in-depth senior experience across fundraising markets including corporate partnerships, major donors, volunteer boards, events and initiatives.
Her projects include launching the NCPCC wristband with Topshop, introducing a legacies drive across wealthy volunteers during FULL STOP, creating a Young Patrons programme at Jewish Care and driving an increase in £250k+ giving across the NSPCC. She has also worked as a consultant with a number of charities to help them structure and improve their fundraising. Ilana is passionate about implementing smart strategic fundraising.
NICOLA HARVEY, SENIOR CONSULTANT
With a background in recruitment advertising, Nicola specialised in working with charities to reduce their advertising budget and increase their return on investment.
Nicola now works as part of the team liaising with charities to deliver innovation.
ROZ SUTTON, SENIOR DIGITAL PROJECT MANAGER
Roz has over 10 years’ experience delivering high profile digital projects across a diverse range of sectors including broadcasting, charity, education, entertainment and the public sector. Prior to moving into project management she was a web developer and so has a strong technical knowledge.
Previous clients include organisations such as Channel 4, Apple, Oneworldgroup.org, National Maritime Museum and UK Parliament. Roz is also co-founder of Purple Dot a non-profit which helps organisations manage their social and environmental impacts alongside their financials.
CRAIG HOGAN, CHIEF TECH
Craig started his own web consultancy company in 2006 specialising in web-based technologies, specifically Content Management Systems running on Microsoft systems which he built up to have a client base full of household names.
Craig also runs a charity-based community, Dev4good which organises weekend lock-in events to bring developers and designers together to work on charity based projects.