Our emphasis is on developing the relationships and cultivating the partnerships which are necessary for successful fundraising, as well as actually asking for money—something which is too often delayed.

Here is a sampling of some of the organisations we’ve worked with:

Compassion in World Farming(2019 – )
Wayfindr | Royal Society for Blind Children [RSBC](2017 – )
Humanists UK(2015 – )
Tring Park School For The Performing Arts(2014 – )
Institute for the Arts, South Africa(2009 – )
More United(2017)
Migrants Resource Centre(2017)
St Albans District & City Council(2014 – 2016)
Museums & Galleries Trust(2014 – 2016)
Cinema & Television Benevolent Fund [CTBF)(2014 – 2015)
Restoration Of Appearance & Function Trust [RAFT](2013 – 2014)
London Children’s Ballet(2013 – 2014)
Acting Like Mad(2013 – 2014)
Foyer Federation(2011 – 2013)
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital(2010 – 2011)
Charity Employees Benevolent Fund [CEBF](2009 – 2010)
Willows Animal Sanctuary(2009)
Imperial War Museum(2008 – 2009)
NEMO Science Centre, Amsterdam(2008 – 2009)
Multiple Sclerosis Society(2007 – 2008)
Norwich Theatre Royal(2005 – 2007)
State Theatre Centre for the Arts(2000 – 2004)
The Freddy Awards(2003 – 2004)
¡Explora! Science Centre & Children’s Museum(2000)
RCI LifeRoots(1998 – 2000)
St. Martin’s Hospitality Centre(1994 – 1998)
United Way of Central New Mexico(1991 – 2000)
Albuquerque Literacy Programme(1991 – 1993)
HawkWatch International(1990 – 1992)

Confident Philanthropy Ltd is a fundraising consultancy based in London, and works with clients and partners across the United Kingdom & Europe, the USA, and beyond.


Rick Holland has become more than a professional business partner. We feel that he has become part of our executive team in building international relationships that we would not be able to do without his assistance. It is a privilege to consider Confident Philanthropy as part of our intellectual arsenal in our company.
James O’DonoghueCEOInstitute for the Performing & Applied ArtsSouth Africa