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Social Charity Spy: Macmillan and Breakthrough on #TheDress

27 Feb 2015

This week we highlight the Fairtrade Foundation's slick Fairtrade Fortnight campaign, while Macmillan Cancer Support and Breakthrough Breast Cancer get involved with #TheDress debate. 

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Greenwich Time magazine

New rules preventing excessive publications by councils could have serious knock-on effects for charities. Charity PR specialist Ingrid Marson discusses the implications.

Pitching in

The spending review confirmed the government's intention to engage with the sector via its Big Society agenda, but how do we get the rest of society to follow suit, asks Niki May Young.

(c) Peta de Aztlan

Andrew Chaggar reports from the frontline of the Haitian recovery in the second of his blogs discussing the underlying issues in returning Haiti's infrastructure.

Does the sector need a Telephone Fundraising Regulator?

Face-to-face fundraising has borne the brunt of the media spotlight, but the sector needs to wake up to the potential powder keg lying in telephone fundraising, says Michael Naidu.

Unfortunately the British public as a whole doesn't give two hoots about charities raising money effectively, they just don't want to have their preconceptions challenged.

» Face-to-face: the next act

Unemployed volunteers could boost your charity

Charities should recruit more unemployed volunteers, but need to tackle benefits myth, advises charity PR guru Ingrid Marson.

Will the withdrawal of child benefit to higher rate taxpayers in 2013 hit committed giving now?

Cuts to child benefit payments to the rich could provide a challenge to charities trying to fundraise from this demographic, but it's not the end of the world, says David Burrows.

Is social networking a charity's friend or foe?

Countless articles are written on the positives of social networking for charities, but what happens when Facebookers or tweeters turn against an organisation, ponders Vibeka Mair.

Martin Brookes

Is there a moral hierarchy in giving or is all giving equal, asks Martin Brookes.

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