What is Rogare?
Rogare is the independent fundraising think tank for the global fundraising profession. It was devised and founded by Ian MacQuillin in 2014 and was provided with its first home by Adrian Sargeant at Jen Shang at the Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy at Plymouth University, where it sat from April 2014 until March 2019. In March 2019 Rogare was established as a independent organisation, constitute as Community Interest Company, a form of incorporation for social enterprises. You'll find out in more detail what we are about by going to our home page and delving into the various links, particularly the one about Rethinking Fundraising.
Rogare was conceived and founded by Ian MacQuillin. You can read Ian's full biography here.
Rogare does not have a board of directors. Instead, it has a Council comprised of our most active and committed volunteers. One standing group of the Council – The Governance and Oversight Group – is fulfils the role that would normally be performed by a board of directors or trustees, such as ensuring financial transparency and propriety. Both the Council and the Governance and Oversight Group are chaired by Heather Hill.
You can of course read all abut our work and project streams on this website. Go to our Knowledge Base section to see all our current research areas or our Publications page to access and download all our reports, papers and other outputs.
How we are funded
Rogare is funded by a combination of corporate support through Associate Membership, commissioned project work, such as our projects on relationship fundraising, the global review of self-regulation, and some consultancy work.
Follow us on social media
You can keep up to date with everything we are doing at Rogare by following us on Twitter (@RogareFTT) or by joining us in the Critical Fundraising Forum on Facebook. There's easy access by clicking the buttons below.
We’ll be getting more active on LinkedIn soon.
Rogare brand identity – Rogare's brand identity has been created by Rebecca Woodall, head of design at Rogare Associate Member Bluefrog.
Website – Rogare's website was built by Rogare Council member Esther Kwaku at the Nerve Network.
The best way to contact us is to use the form below or email Ian MacQuillin on email@example.com.
Rogare – The Fundraising Think Tank CIC is a community interest company registered in the United Kingdom (company registration number 11807930). Registered address: 73 Park Lane, Croydon, London CR0 1JG. (NB - this is not our correspondence address. Do not write to us here.)