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Carol Ward

About Carol Ward

Carol Ward is the Parish Fundraising Manager for the Diocese of London, and has a wealth of experience across many sectors for parishes to call on. She is married to Andy. Together, they have three children, two grandchildren, and a dog called Jack.

London's faith leaders and Evening Standards food waste campaign
Carol Ward / 22 December 2016

Six months of parish fundraising

In her last blog of 2016, Parish Fundraising Manager, Carol Ward, reviews her first six months with the Diocese.

Christmas Charity Collection tin couresty of 123rf.com
Carol Ward / 24 November 2016

Season of Goodwill

Carol Ward discusses how the build-up to Christmas can be used by churches for greater and better fundraising.

Fund my church collection buckets
Carol Ward / 26 September 2016

Fundraising the easy way

Carol Ward highlights fundraising training for parishes and tips on how to develop better campaigns in your church.

Young child holding grandparent's hand
Carol Ward / 14 September 2016

This week, remember a charity in your will

During ‘Remember a Charity in your Will’ week, Carol Ward reflects on legacy giving and how this is perceived to be one of the most difficult areas of fundraising to talk about.

Priest doing craft work
Carol Ward / 17 August 2016

Community involvement boosts grant applications

Carol Ward, the Parish Fundraising Manager highlights ways in which your church can boost grant applications.

Working together and sharing the load
Carol Ward / 3 August 2016

Community audits and other fundraising matters

Carol Ward of the Fundraising team discusses opening churches for the community and how many hands make light work.

Carol Ward, parish fundraising manager
Carol Ward / 14 July 2016

Help with parish fundraising

Carol Ward joins the London Diocesan Fund as parish fundraising manager, and explains how she can help churches develop their fundraising campaigns.

BLMF runners
Carol Ward / 25 January 2016

Run for Transformational Change

Join the Bishop of London’s Mission Fund (BLMF) team at they get training for the British 10k. With 24 places to fill, it can help you keep your new year fitness goals on track.

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