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'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.

Meet the funders: Ladbrokes in the Community

This gambling company is looking for local partnerships and evidence of impact. A simple 'thank you' wouldn't go astray either.

Cancer Research UK to claim gift aid in its shops

Cancer Research UK will install a cloud-based electronic point-of-sale scheme to enable it to claim gift aid in its shops, in a bid to raise £18m over the next five years.

Surely a more accurate one-line representation of this study is that 6 out of 10 people DO stop for charity fundraisers?

» Four in ten UK residents walk away from charity fundraisers

Professor Adrian Sargeant

A report following the closed-doors Growing Philanthropy Summit has called for the abolition of payroll giving, compulsory membership of the FRSB and for the Impact Coalition to be merged with the charityfacts website and properly funded.

The growth of medical research charities over 15 years

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so in this edition we have decided to take a look at the top-ranking medical research charities in the Charity 100 and Charity 250 Indexes and examine how their income levels have fared over the last 15 years.

Small change: a new era for microdonation schemes

Microdonations might have always been around in some form, but there is now a new energy behind the mechanism. Could microdonations release a new wave of philanthropy or are they just the Emperor's new clothes? Celina Ribeiro investigates.

Senior accounting officer rules

BDO and a group of national charities have agreed an analysis with HM Revenue & Customs that will take nearly all charities out of the senior accounting officer rules. Paul Knight explains.

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