Whether you are planning to restore a heritage asset, build new headquarters or launch a ground-breaking initiative that brings people together - our goal is to give you all the confidence you need to make it happen.

Projects that reinvigorate communities and create facilities that help individuals to flourish, are the lifeblood of cities, towns and villages across the UK. From big visions to niche ideas, our directors guide not-for-profit leaders in sharing their fundraising story and reaching the most receptive major givers and grant-makers. 

As a Company, we also encourage our team to become personally involved in the projects and programmes they care about. Quite often, this means contributing time and money to charitable initiatives in their local community – and gaining first-hand experience of what it takes to get an exciting venture over the line.

"Without Andrew’s guidance, we would have struggled to achieve all that we have done at the Trust. His direction was key to us completing the necessary groundwork for a successful fundraising campaign and later, in helping us to shape the way forward. Today, our thriving development team and the fundraising partnerships we enjoy, owe a great deal to the investment we made in engaging such experienced and insightful support." 
Shelagh Paterson, Director of Development, Severn Valley Railway Charitable Trust Ltd

"The planning of Dippy on Tour North West has been fun, inspiring and challenging all at the same time. We enlisted Gifted to add extra capacity to our team for this major project and their professional guidance has been invaluable in shaping and delivering our plans." 
Darren Grice, Deputy Chief Executive, Link4Life

"Gifted is helping us to steer a course for a new generation of giving at the Goldsmiths’ Company. Throughout our long history, philanthropic giving has always been central to what we have stood for. We are grateful for Andrew’s insights and advice on how best to ensure that we inspire our members so that we can continue to be relevant contributors to national life."
Sir David Reddaway, Clerk, The Goldsmiths’ Company