Dan Fletcher advises trustees and senior leadership teams of nonprofit organisations on their strategic approach. In particular, his focus is on articulating requests for funding and identifying the best funding audiences. He combines his rich experience as trustee, fundraiser, and adviser to help organisations thrive.
The first half of his career involved working in-house for charities spanning healthcare, homelessness, and international development, including several hospices and an NHS charity. He then ran his own consultancy, Delta Fundraising, which saw him working with national charities NCVO and The King’s Fund.
At Moore Kingston Smith, Dan has focused on cultural and health organisations, specialising in seeking high-value low-volume gifts, including capital projects and legacy marketing. He brings to bear his wide-ranging background in strategy, voluntary income generation, communications and governance.
Clients value Dan’s thoughtful approach and his application of current issues and trends. His interests in wellbeing and environmentalism have led him to voluntary roles for Rethink Mental Illness (trustee), Hertfordshire Natural History Society (treasurer), and Sustainable St Albans (trustee). He has also contributed to the fundraising profession through committee roles spanning over two decades at the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, a number of its special interest groups and its Remember A Charity campaign.