THE COLLECTIVE

Fair Development works by bringing together some of the non-profit sectors most talented individuals to offer their expertise, experience, skills and time to small charities at significantly reduced rates that allow these invaluable organisations to access expert advice, guidance and support at rates they can afford.

Our collective is made up of passionate and highly skilled non-profit workers – some are freelancers or consultants who work with other charities and some are founders, Directors or CEOs of their own small NGOs.  All members of our collective offer heavily discounted rates for Fair Development clients as a way of supporting the small charity sector.

The Collective at Fair Development is currently entirely white. This is not acceptable or representative of society or the charity sector. We are actively seeking freelancers and charity professionals from the BAME community who would be interested in offering affordable consultancy to small charities in the following areas: fundraising especially grant writing, monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning and programme design. Please email vic@fairdevelopment.co.uk if you're interested in finding out more and thank you for your patience as we right this wrong. 

 

OUR PARTNERS

Our amazing parters are highly skilled professionals working in areas that small charities often don’t have the budgets to access, for example graphic design or website development. Our partners are highly skilled and experienced freelancers who offer their services for Fair Development clients at significantly discounted rates. 

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ROB DOVE

Rob is an experienced, passionate and friendly web developer.Technical lead and hands on developer for global, high profile projects. Previous clients include; The Telegraph, Witch Skincare, Universal Records, MoreTh>n, Princess Cruises, Sheilas’ Wheels, Cooper Bikes, The Post Office, RSA, Roc-Nation, Toyota and esure. Rob offers his expertise as a web developer to Fair Development’s clients at significantly reduced rates that mean small charities can create a professional, modern website at a fraction of the cost of a typical website developer, but without the difficulties often associated with relying on volunteers for this type of work.