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Home Fundraising

With 16 offices in the UK, representing 14 different charities to bring hope and support to thousands of people facing some of the toughest fights of their lives, we are the world’s largest and most successful face to face fundraising company! We have raised a phenomenal £500 million since 2002 which has enabled some truly life-changing work to be carried...


With 16 offices in the UK, representing 14 different charities to bring hope and support to thousands of people facing some of the toughest fights of their lives, we are the world’s largest and most successful face to face fundraising company! We have raised a phenomenal £500 million since 2002 which has enabled some truly life-changing work to be carried out!
Our clients include: Cancer Research UK, Marie Curie, Children’s Air Ambulance, Macmillan, British Heart Foundation, Barnardo’s, St Mungo’s, Guide Dogs and many more.

Not-for-profit
Norwich, GB
1.500 medewerkers

Home Fundraising

With 16 offices in the UK, representing 14 different charities to bring hope and support to thousands of people facing some of the toughest fights of their lives, we are the world’s largest and most successful face to face fundraising company! We have raised a phenomenal £500 million since 2002 which has enabled some truly life-changing work to be carried...


With 16 offices in the UK, representing 14 different charities to bring hope and support to thousands of people facing some of the toughest fights of their lives, we are the world’s largest and most successful face to face fundraising company! We have raised a phenomenal £500 million since 2002 which has enabled some truly life-changing work to be carried out!
Our clients include: Cancer Research UK, Marie Curie, Children’s Air Ambulance, Macmillan, British Heart Foundation, Barnardo’s, St Mungo’s, Guide Dogs and many more.

Not-for-profit
Norwich, GB
1.500 medewerkers
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Rosilee Bayliff

Fundraiser

Rosilee Bayliff

I began my career in fundraising in 2004, working as a face-to-face fundraiser on behalf of Shelter. It was one of the most difficult yet rewarding jobs I’ve ever undertaken. I was then lucky enough to be given the opportunity to work in the Head Office as...

Jack Johnson

Fundraiser

Jack Johnson

People often say to me ‘I could never do your job’. To be honest, I can understand why – until you start doing it.
Before I joined HOME I’d never really thought about fundraising. I’d only ever had one fundraiser knock on my door. I was, of course,...

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In the digitised 21st century, the information age has bought about many advantages. But at what cost? Our relationships are changing, interactions are becoming more and more remote, colder, less personal, reducing our chance to share experiences with others. We don’t make time to be aware of what’s going in the moment and enjoy what’s around us.
And whilst we’re not...


In the digitised 21st century, the information age has bought about many advantages. But at what cost? Our relationships are changing, interactions are becoming more and more remote, colder, less personal, reducing our chance to share experiences with others. We don’t make time to be aware of what’s going in the moment and enjoy what’s around us.

And whilst we’re not suggesting face to face fundraising is the solution to this modern development, we do firmly believe that people coming together person to person to talk about and further the work of charities is a positive and life-affirming thing – good for charities and for donors alike. If you’ve ever been a fundraiser and seen someone you’re talking to beam when they decide to support a cause, you’ll know exactly what we mean. It’s an enriching experience for both parties.

Face to face fundraising enables organisations to engage with socially minded individuals who are willing to provide long term support for their work.
This is what face to face fundraising provides, genuine conversations that can’t be deleted, ignored or filed away remaining unopened. The opportunity for people to experience the pleasure and power of giving, by supporting organisations and causes that fit with their values. And when we’re able to galvanise huge numbers of support, the collective impact and outcomes can be truly transformational.


In the digitised 21st century, the information age has bought about many advantages. But at what cost? Our relationships are changing, interactions are becoming more and more remote, colder, less personal, reducing our chance to share experiences with others. We don’t make time to be aware of what’s going in the moment and enjoy what’s around us.

And whilst we’re not suggesting face to face fundraising is the solution to this modern development, we do firmly believe that people coming together person to person to talk about and further the work of charities is a positive and life-affirming thing – good for charities and for donors alike. If you’ve ever been a fundraiser and seen someone you’re talking to beam when they decide to support a cause, you’ll know exactly what we mean. It’s an enriching experience for both parties.

Face to face fundraising enables organisations to engage with socially minded individuals who are willing to provide long term support for their work.
This is what face to face fundraising provides, genuine conversations that can’t be deleted, ignored or filed away remaining unopened. The opportunity for people to experience the pleasure and power of giving, by supporting organisations and causes that fit with their values. And when we’re able to galvanise huge numbers of support, the collective impact and outcomes can be truly transformational.


The management infrastructure at HOME is unparalleled in the global fundraising market.

Over the last 14 years we've grown and evolved, but our desire to build the best organisation that can support fundraising still remains.

Every HOME fundraiser is supported by each and every department within the company. So from payroll, to information & data to legal services there’s a collective understanding of the role we all play in supporting and motivating our 1,500 fundraisers.

This commitment from the whole company delivers successful long term outcomes for our charity partners.


At the heart of HOME’s success is a unique self-development and leadership model created by Joint Managing Director, Neil Hope.

A qualified transpersonal psychotherapist and expert practitioner in mindfulness and meditation, Neil was one of the earliest practitioners in face to face fundraising.

Neil’s early years as a Buddhist monk encouraged him to consider the effect that individuals can have on the tone and outcome of the groups that they lead. These experiences and the thinking that he has developed over the last 25 years have resulted in the creation of a self-development and leadership model that is fundamental to all of HOME’s training and development.

Our leadership style

For us at HOME, the answer doesn’t lie in hierarchical leadership where instructions are dictated from on high.

We’re more into circles than we are triangles.

The unique self-development and leadership model developed by Neil encourages leadership from the centre rather than the top; it’s a model that borrows the term Unifying Centre from the world of psychotherapy where the therapist is seen as a Unifying Centre for their client. Not that we expect our managers to be therapists or indeed for their team members to be in crisis; far from it. But we do ask our managers to be the stable, reliable centre of the group – the Unifying Centre - where their ripple effect is felt throughout the circle. The Unifying Centre guides the group. It’s where people look to for the desirable habits, behaviours, attitudes, values and thinking. It sets the tone for the group.

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