IAN A GLASSEY

Ian has worked in the voluntary sector since 1987, joining Help the Aged as a Community Projects Advisor with responsibility for advising local voluntary organisations throughout Scotland on fundraising methods and strategy. 

In a professional fundraising career spanning over twenty seven years, Ian has gained extensive experience in all forms of fundraising through his work as Community Projects Advisor with Help the Aged, Head of Fundraising with Alzheimer Scotland – Action on Dementia, and Appeal Director with the Scottish Seabird Centre, a £2.5 million pound capital appeal for the creation of Scotland’s first Seabird Visitor and Interpretation Centre at North Berwick, as well as over sixteen years as a consultant to the charities listed in the “Our Clients” section 




Alice has worked in the voluntary sector since 1994 and has extensive experience in all Fundraising disciplines including Training and Recruitment which has been gained through her previous positions as Head of Fundraising for The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, Head of UK Regional Fundraising for Mencap and Director of Fundraising for The Prince’s Trust as well as through her extensive work as a consultant to a wide variety of charities as listed in the “Our Clients” section. 




Samantha specialises in Marketing and Fundraising Support and is proficient in a wide range of fundraising disciplines. Samantha graduated with Magna Cum Laude honours with a B.A in both Historical Anthropology and Art History from The University of Texas in Austin, Texas. Samantha is currently responsible for the majority of Glassey Fundraising & Event Management’s Marketing and Distribution work and supports the fundraising principals through research, proposal development and event management.