26 Nov 2014
Unicef is calling on people to record their own version of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ to be used in multi-lingual version of the song, and Katy Perry, Hugh Jackman and Priyanka Chopra are among those that have appeared in a video to inspire people to take part.
Band Aid 30 became the fastest-selling single of 2014 when it was released yesterday, with 206,000 people downloading it, according to the Official Charts Company.
Deregulation of society lotteries could impact public trust and confidence in charities, NCVO has told the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee.
The UK and Ireland are the fourth most generous nations in terms of giving money to charity, the latest World Giving Index suggests.
Community share issues received £34m of investment in 2014, up from £9m two years ago, according to a recent report into crowdfunding.
It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.
Donors are put off claiming gift aid because they believe there will be a cost to the charity or themselves, and are unwilling to share personal information in case they are contacted with a fundraising ‘ask’, according to new research published today by HM Revenue & Customs.
The Ministry of Justice has awarded a £24m grant to Citizens Advice to provide support to witnesses at court over two years.
BBC Children in Need 2014 raised a record £32.6m on Friday night as the televised appeal was watched by 8.3 million people.
Macmillan Cancer Support has today launched a TV advert for its Christmas appeal featuring the actor and author Lynda Bellingham, a long-standing ambassador for charity who died from bowel cancer in October.