Do awareness weeks work?
Blogs

Do awareness weeks work? 1

28 May 2015

While awareness weeks in the voluntary sector might seem somewhat 'old fashioned', a flexible PR approach can still ensure their effectiveness, explains Macmillan's head of media Emma Guise of Macmillan.

Share

Do awareness weeks work?

Displaying 1 to 8 (of 41) | next | last »

Six steps to successful charity partnerships

This Responsible Business Week, Simon Phillips, director of fundraising at Macmillan Cancer Support, shares his views on why charity partnerships need to focus on much more than just cash in order to deliver real benefits for both parties.

Film of the week: The most important 'sexy' model video ever by Save the Children USA

Save the Children USA's video released this month featuring New York City models showing that poverty cannot be made sexy has attracted over 3 million views.

Film of the week: The Baby behind the Baby film by BHF

The British Heart Foundation’s latest television advert, which uses footage from an ultrasound of a baby who may inherit a faulty gene that can cause heart problems, premiered on TV. The charity has also produced a second film explaining more about the family involved.

Film of the week: Real Birth TV ad... What Happened Next? By Save the Children

Save the Children UK has followed up its controversial First Day advert by visiting  the mother and baby who featured one year on.

Spot on Lucy, if a charity doesn't have a clear ambition, its absence will infect every fundraising ask they make. And that's daft.

» What would your charity do with a social fundraising windfall?

Why 'I wish I had breast cancer' was necessary

Last month Pancreatic Cancer Action caused a stir with a campaign which featured patients wishing they had other types of cancer. Chief executive Ali Stunt explains why the campaign was necessary.

How 'I wish I had breast cancer' could have gone further

The 'I wish I had breast cancer' campaign might be controversial, but it should have also been comprehensive, says Celina Ribeiro. 

Bus stops that read your face? Plan UK takes a risk

Plan UK is trailblazing facial recognition in a new bus stop advert for its 'Because I’m a Girl' campaign. Celina Ribeiro applauds a charity on the bleeding edge.

Charities not biting News of the World ads makes me happy

While there are definite reasons why charities should take up the free News of the World advertising offer, Celina Ribeiro is - for now - pleased that so many have not.

Displaying 1 to 8 (of 41) | next | last »

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.

Celina Ribeiro (94) Niki May Young (36) Jonathon Grapsas (30) Michael Naidu (23) Kirsty Weakley (21) Adrian Beney (20) Andrew Scadding (20) Andrew Chaggar (17) Vibeka Mair (15) Jonathan Waddingham (15)
Suzie Who (15) David Philpott (14) Robert Ashton (12) Tania Mason (11) Jenna Pudelek (9) David Burrows (8) Alistair McLean (7) Leon Ward (7) Beth Yorath (6) Tobin Aldrich (6) Lucy Caldicott (5) Stephen Pidgeon (5) Reuben Turner (5) Rowena Lewis (5) David Ainsworth (5) Mark Astarita (4) Tony Elischer (4) Joe Saxton (4) Tod Norman (4) Ian Clark (4) Stephen Cotterill (4) Alan Gosschalk (3) Richard Radcliffe (3) Pauline Broomhead (3) Jeremy Swain (3) Gordon Hunter (3) Ingrid Marson (3) Lisa Clavering (3) Alice Sharman (3) Adam Rothwell (2) Beth Breeze (2) Matthew Bowcock (2) Cathy Pharoah (2) Ian MacQuillin (2) Tris Lumley (2) John Tate (2) Garreth Spillane (2) Liz Tait (2) Chester Mojay-Sinclare (2) Allan Freeman (2) Dan Corry (2) Claire Routley (2) Making Good: The Future of the Voluntary Sector (2) Lindsay Boswell (1) Victoria Cook (1) David Davison (1) Bill Lewis (1) Giles Pegram (1) Jo Swinhoe (1) Derek Humphries (1) Alan Clayton (1) Stephen George (1) Andy Taylor (1) Gordon Michie (1) Chris Ingram (1) Martin Farrell (1) Morag Fleming (1) Matt Goody (1) Paul Farthing (1) Jackie Mendoza (1) Max Du Bois (1) Alan Hawkes (1) Ken Burnett (1) Ian Allsop (1) Martin Brookes (1) Tesse Akpeki (1) Anne Moynihan (1) Sara Llewellin (1) Rupert Tappin (1) Julia Unwin (1) Jessica Sklair (1) Scott Gray (1) Stephen Hammersley (1) Keith Collins (1) Joe Jenkins (1) Peter O'Hara (1) Debbie Attwood (1) Joanna Motion (1) Paul Marvell (1) Amanda McLean (1) Jason Suckley (1) Paul Amadi (1) Imogen Ward (1) June O'Sullivan (1) Kath Abrahams (1) Peter Lewis (1) Douglas Rouse (1) Belinda Pratten (1) Jonathan Last (1) Jenni Cahill (1) Paul Emery (1) Marcelle Speller (1) Nick Aldridge (1) Philip Spedding (1) Tom Latchford (1) Sir David Varney (1) Liam Barrington-Bush (1) Lucy Gower (1) Jeff Brooks (1) Vicki Prout (1) Dawn Austwick (1) Dan Thompson (1) Steven George-Hilley (1) Emma-Lynn Houghton (1) Peter Horah (1) Neelam Makhijani (1) George Matafonov (1) Marcus Missen (1) Denise Lillya (1) Jaz Nannar (1) Ali Stunt (1) Robin Fisk (1) Gillian Claugher (1) Lynne McMahon (1) Emma Callagher (1) Angharad McKenzie (1) Raj Rajukumar (1) Eudora Pratt (1) Hugh Radojev (1)
Less +++ More +++

Going beyond the Sorp

1 May 2015

Andrew Hind has some advice for charities in the process of writing their annual reports.

Star gazing in the charity sector

1 May 2015

Ian Allsop ponders the meaning of rising stars, fading stars and no stars.

Technology lessons from down the ages

1 May 2015

Holiday technology frustrations remind John Tate of some important IT rules.

Society Diary: Boob picture fundraiser nets £200,000, and which fundraising Harry Potter character are you?

29 May 2015

Our weekly round-up of interesting and outlandish information, collected from the corners of the charity...

The voluntary sector needs to fight for the Human Rights Act

21 May 2015

The government’s attempts to repeal the Human Rights Act is not just a problem for civil liberties charities...

The coalition and the charity sector: what were the highs and lows?

7 May 2015

The coalition government draws to a close today, following five years in which it has often had a turbulent...