10 Mar 2014
The Big Lottery Fund is embarking on a strategic review that will underpin its direction and priorities for the next three to six years.
Research has shown that a fifth of adults are more likely to remember a charity in their will if they are prompted by a solicitor, more than 50 per cent more than the proportion who would leave a legacy unprompted.
Liz Monks has left the Alzheimer’s Society as director of fundraising, electing to concentrate on her new family.
The NCVO pay panel addresses a problem that doesn't exist -- setting up a straw man to beat to a pulp -- and has by its mere existence made it seem that a deep, dark scandal is brewing within the charitable sector. It would have been far better to greet phony media muck-raking with the scornful silence it deserved. Thanks for nothing, folks.
A £10m Big Lottery grant fund to help charities and social enterprises access social investment has been launched today after a nine-month delay.
The Advertising Standards Authority has received more than 100 complaints about Pancreatic Cancer Action’s controversial "I wish I had breast cancer" campaign, as the charity announced that the face of the advert died at the weekend.
Innovation charity Nesta has announced that it will be awarding up to five £10,000 grants for data-driven research into “below the radar” organisations.
Breast cancer charity CoppaFeel! will feature on The Sun’s Page Three every Tuesday for the next six months, as part of a new £1.5m campaign to raise awareness of breast cancer.
25 Mar 2014