Why develop BINGO?

Daniel and Craig became friends when they were working as Global Fundraising Advisors at Amnesty International. One of their main tasks was working with fundraisers around the world on their individual giving and helping oversee investment. After Craig left Amnesty the friends met for a beer in London. After they caught up on the latest gossip, Daniel shared his dream of building an online budgeting tool that would help make the fundraising planning process simpler. BINGO is the end result. 

When Daniel showed Craig the tool, he was so impressed they decided to form a partnership to launch the tool to charities around the globe. Daniel is based in Hong Kong and leads on the tool development and insight. Craig lives in London and oversees the account management and marketing.

Their experience

With nearly forty years of combined experience, Daniel and Craig have in-depth knowledge of fundraising strategy, insight and planning. Between them they’ve helped deliver millions of dollars of investment and helped oversee significant growth in fundraising markets across the globe.

Daniel To

Daniel, the mastermind behind BINGO, has dedicated himself to raising funds for local charities and international non-profit organizations for a transformative period of 18 years. Recognizing the imperative for a groundbreaking budget planning tool in the sector, Daniel brought forth BINGO, drawing upon the collective wisdom of esteemed fundraisers worldwide. This trailblazing solution revolutionizes the philanthropic landscape, ensuring that each investment decision yields amplified returns and propels the spirit of giving to uncharted frontiers.
Beyond his philanthropic endeavors, Daniel embraces challenges and pushes his limits as a marathon runner. This same tenacity resonates in his approach to fundraising, as he tirelessly strives to make a meaningful impact.

CRAIG Linton

Craig is a respected figure in UK fundraising. He runs a successful consultancy business, is a co-founder of the Supporter Experience collective and collaborates on individual giving training with the award-winning Bright Spot Fundraising. He co-authored Donors for Life: A practitioner’s guide to relationship fundraising to critical acclaim in 2017. 

He is a trustee of SOFII and Thames Hospice, Windsor. He is a fellow of Rogare, the fundraising think-tank and is on the shadow board of practitioners of the International Journal of Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing. He also acts as treasurer of the Institute of Fundraising’s Supporter Experience SIG.

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