Who we are​
We think like fundraisers because we are fundraisers.
  
We are dedicated to getting the most out of your fundraising, membership and volunteering operations.

​We’ve got 40 years of hands-on, senior industry experience and working with you, we’ll build excellent solutions. Our clients love us because we’re dedicated to what we do and the sectors we work in.

We bring an energy, insight and enthusiasm to projects.

We leave every client we work with stronger. We use coaching techniques to build capacity, making sure teams get the skills and experience to carry on winning.  We’re experts across all areas of strategic fundraising operations:

  • process review
  • project planning
  • fundraising prospects, partnerships and relationships
  • team development, management and leadership
  • data and insight
  • compliance and governance
Meet The Team
Jennie Moule
Jennie is a fundraising leader with 15 years’ experience of getting the best from non-profit strategy, management and operations.

Working across fundraising, alumni relations, and supporter engagement, Jennie was Director of Strategy and Operations for University College London Advancement for over 10 years including the planning and project management for their £600m campaign launched in 2016.

Her energetic, fun and practical approach is valued by her clients who often say they feel better just having her on board.
A firm believer in sharing experience, driving improvement and giving practical support to those in the sector, Jennie is a sought-after speaker, trainer, mentor and coach. She was Interim Executive Director of CASE Europe from March to July 2017.

“Jennie makes a quick study of the problem and is very action focussed. She works fast and effectively with charm and gravitas.” Tricia King, Vice President (Global Engagement), CASE
Alex Hyde-Parker
With over 10 years of senior fundraising operations experience, Alex is an expert in digital supporter engagement, information management, reporting, insight and systems integration.

Alex's digital expertise and practical approach to problem solving have been proven over the last ten years at the Universities of Edinburgh and Manchester, where he delivered programmes of significant change to modernise and streamline supporter engagement.

Alex excels in capacity building and talent spotting and has strengthened philanthropy teams across higher education to develop the capacity to create the environment to build new supporter communities, data integration solutions and enhanced prospect research and management.

Working in the US, Alex developed, delivered and supported grant-making and evaluation software for 75 charities, of varying size and mission, created uniform processes and management information to deliver impact and evaluation of charitable spending on child welfare services.

Alex is adept at charity governance, financial control and board and trustee management, with experience from his time at the University of Edinburgh managing the University's Development Trust, a separate charity for raising philanthropy for the University.  Further, as a trustee of Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity, Alex is building his experience on the other side of the trustee relationship.
Kate Lawton
With a pragmatic, clear thinking and inclusive style Kate gets things done and takes people with her on a positive journey leaving long term transformational impact.
 
Kate’s holistic approach comes from her diverse experience in higher education and arts organisations. Her roles covered all areas of the sector, including operational leadership, face to face fundraising, database development, and campaign planning. 

A leader in change management, system thinking and IT development, Kate is also and a member of the European Council of Coaching and Mentoring.
Driven by her passion to build capacity in the sector and create a legacy from the work that Alveo does, she uses these skills, along with her fundraising expertise, to work with organisations to deliver operational excellence that can be maintained for years to come. 
 
Kate is a firm believer in the value of practitioner experience and invests in her own professional development to ensure she does not become removed from those working within the charity and educational institutions she supports. She has also held recent interim and long-term project support roles to maintain her recency as a practitioner in the sector.