Paul Weighand

Paul Weighand

Associate Partner

+44 (0)7980 253 682

One of the key building blocks for any fundraising programme is the infrastructure that underpins it. I am driven by delivering a fresh insight along with practical solutions to ensure that organisations can make the best use of people, data and systems. Working with More Partnership allows me to utilise my skills to have a real and wider impact on the world of philanthropy by helping to advance our clients’ great ambitions. Data analysis allows us to make informed decisions by replacing some of the guesswork. Doing so in such a worthy field makes the job so much more fulfilling.

Some I've worked with recently

  • Alzheimer's Research UK
  • Anti-Slavery International
  • Dynamic Earth
  • Edinburgh International Book Festival
  • Imperial College London
  • Magdalen College School
  • National Trust for Scotland
  • Pitlochry Festival Theatre
  • Rhodes Trust
  • Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
  • Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
  • Scotland's Rural College
  • Scottish Association of Marine Science
  • The University of Glasgow
  • University of Leeds


  • Data analysis
  • Operations and database management
  • Prospect management and research
  • Donor segmentation, modelling and ranking
  • Business Intelligence and Management Reporting
  • Planning and business change

Before More

  • 10 years establishing and delivering an insight programme to support fundraising and engagement activity at the University of Edinburgh
  • 9 years in student administration, focussing on operations, data management and systems development
  • Degree in History from the University of Edinburgh

Away from More, my time is filled with family life, having two young boys to keep me busy. Running back and forward to football training on what seems like a nightly basis, I have recently taken up a coaching role with my son’s team.

I am a keen, if not very accomplished, musician and currently play drums in a rock band with friends. I recently took up running and completed the first of hopefully many half marathons.