Fundraising in focus on Balsall Radio

Award winning Mortgage expert Sandy Ameer-Beg brings fundraising into focus on her radio show this evening (Wednesday 15th March 2017) with the help of her special guest Amanda Cruxton-Chance.

Their plan is to shed some light on the art of fundraising, a subject close to Amanda’s heart and as an expert marketing strategist, something to which she’s ideally suited.

The Art of Fundraising on Balsall Radio


Sandy (left) and Amanda (centre) at a recent fundraiser for The Brain Tumour Charity

Amanda was recently involved in a Brain Tumour Charity event which raised £265,000 in one night, so this show is bound to be helpful to anybody facing a fundraising challenge.

On tonight’s show you can expect to discover:

  • Background on the number of charities in the UK and funds raised
  • Types of fundraising
  • Hints and Tips
    • Making it easy for others to donate
    • Event promotion
    • The importance of Communication
    • Increasing the noise level

The conversation will also turn to local runs in Coventry and Solihull, as well as Birmingham’s first full marathon event.

Amanda is currently preparing for a full marathon herself in which she will be running for a charity established in memory of her niece Maddy.

Listen to the Sandy Ameer-Beg Show


About Sandy’s guest: Amanda Cruxton-Chance

Amanda is the driving force behind Flourish Business Development, which specialises in helping business owners maximise sales and profit across a range of business sectors.  Amanda loves her work and thrives on working with like- minded, positive people.

Amanda celebrating (with mini-trophy) after completing the Warwick Half Marathon

Amanda celebrating (with mini-trophy) after completing the Warwick Half Marathon

Outside of work Amanda can be seen ‘pounding the pavements’ of Balsall Common, having run numerous half marathons and is currently in training for what she describes as her: “One and only full marathon”, The Edinburgh Marathon on 28th May 2017. Amanda also volunteers for a number of charities including The Bugle magazine in Balsall Common. Amanda is a trustee for a charity formed in memory of her niece Maddy: CLEVAH (Creating Learning Experiences Available At Hospital). Amanda also puts invest her time and experience in the Brain Tumour Charity as an ambassador.

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Anyone interested in an initial discussion is invited to view Amanda’s Linked In profile or to arrange a no obligation chat (07514 025 121).


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