Youth charities Get Connected and YouthNet both released mobile apps within a month of each other last year. Two of civilsociety.co.uk's smartphone addicts, Leon Ward and Kirsty Weakley decided to road-test one each.
Sector umbrellas have complained about the Commission’s intervention into the lobbying bill, saying it illustrates a lack of support for charities. Leon Ward wonders if the sector is having an identity crisis on behalf of the Charity Commission.
The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability illustrates the difference that technology most of us take for granted can make to those most in need.
A jaw-dropping 60 per cent of the prison population is functionally illiterate, according to Beanstalk, a charity helping children to read. In this poignant film Beanstalk presents Jack, and his potential futures.
With the message that “your final moments should mean as much as your first”, Marie Curie’s 2013 Great Daffodil Appeal advert had more than one person in the civilsociety.co.uk office reaching for a tissue.
The humble letter has extraordinary power, as demonstrated by Amnesty International in its latest film showcasing some of the successes of its global letter writing marathon.
Animal health company, Merial, asked its media company to produce a fun festive video to accompany its Christmas campaign, Share the Joy, and competition for charities to win £2,000.
The Christmas countdown has begun! And we're all thinking of what presents to buy, where to get the turkey and how to fit 15 relatives around the dining table. Well, not all of us...