Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK

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Charity of the year partnerships 2012

As January draws to a close takes a look at the Charity of the Year partnerships that have been announced for 2012 so far.

Lloyds Banking Group withdraws charity credit cards

The Halifax and the Bank of Scotland charity credit card are to be withdrawn by the end of February after owner Lloyds Banking Group decided the cards are not a cost-effective way of donating to charity.

Charities need to engage with users to improve online giving, says report

Almost half of users who start an online donation fail to complete it, according to a new report which urges the sector to adopt a more personal approach to online donations.

CRUK adopts new events CRM software to increase donations

Cancer Research UK is the first UK charity to implement TeamRaiser software from Convio UK and will use it to manage its Relay for Life fundraising website.

The “formalised systems of volunteer management” has been driven by legislation, safeguarding vulnerable adults and health and safety as well as leading umbrella organisation like the NCVO.

» Public service contract culture undermines volunteers, new report claims

If the shoe fits - the rise of restrictive giving

Traditionally, dictating where one’s donation is spent was the  preserve of deep-pocketed major donors. Now the privilege  is being demanded by lower-level donors too. Celina Ribeiro  explores the trend and the charities which are accommodating, and benefiting, from it.

Cancer Research UK wins Tesco charity of the year

The UK’s biggest supermarket chain has chosen the UK’s biggest charity by voluntary income as its charity of the year partner for 2012.

'Social currency' website launched

A website that rewards users with a ‘social currency’ for sharing, volunteering or donating to charity launched earlier this week. 

Legacies: Sluggish growth over the last ten years

Benchmark analysis shows that there is very little progress in growth of legacies bequeathed to charities.

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