After 2 long months in full lockdown, GFD is proud to announce that F2F activity in Canada is live again, alongside our amazing charity partner, […]Read More
At Globalfaces Direct, we are always researching the latest developments in face-to-face fundraising to provide the best services to our clients.
Explore our face-to-face fundraising blog posts for the latest news and developments out of Globalfaces Direct. Watch this space for the latest tips and tricks to master your next campaign and to witness the effects of successful face-to-face fundraising through our clients.
For more information on the types of F2F fundraising represented in these blog posts, check out our services page.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, charity organizations face unprecedented fundraising challenges. In addition to an unstable economy, charity professionals are no longer able to safely […]Read More
Globalfaces Direct Helps The Hospital for Sick Children Form New B2B Fundraising Partnerships Throughout Toronto, OntarioApril 1, 2016
When a child is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, their entire life is put on pause. Laughing and playing with their family and friends, paused. […]Read More
Globalfaces Direct Helps Surrey Women’s Centre Acquire More Longterm Monthly Donors through Door-to-Door FundraisingMarch 18, 2016
Our community’s response to violence against women requires more than a safe haven or professional counselling. It requires a holistic approach and a number of […]Read More
Globalfaces Direct Goes Door to Door in Ontario and Alberta for International Animal Welfare Charity World Animal ProtectionFebruary 26, 2016
Cruelty and neglect are widespread problems that affect precious animals around the world. How do we protect animals? It begins by helping governments provide pet […]Read More
Door-to-door Fundraising Helps CNIB Ontario Continue to Ensure Blind or Partially Sighted Canadians Fully Participate in LifeFebruary 12, 2016
Every ten minutes in Canada, someone is told they’re going blind. Every year nearly 50,000 Canadians lose their sight. Approximately half a million Canadians have […]Read More