9 Mar 2015
The government gave independent charities grants totalling just £480m out of a total grants budget of £147bn in the last financial year, an analysis of figures published on the data.gov.uk website reveals.
Is the sector too risk-averse for brave new ideas? It has been 20 years since the last game-changer in fundraising. But there are positive signs and the next big thing might be just around the corner, says Stephen Cotterill.
Macmillan Cancer Support has launched a new series of challenge events involving urban obstacle races.
Paul Farthing, director of fundraising at NSPCC, and Tim Hunter, director of fundraising at Oxfam, explained their five lessons for fundraisers to delegates at Fundraising Live last week. Alice Sharman takes a look at what these were.
Why shouldn't charities pay celebrities if they consider it a good investment?
The British Heart Foundation has launched a mass participation fundraising event which asks people to give up chocolate in March.
Pancreatic Cancer Action increased its income by 141 per cent as a result of its “I wish I had breast cancer” campaign, despite not asking for money, its chief executive told an audience of fundraising experts last week.
Barnardo's has defended its decision to pay reality star Binky Felstead £3,000 to endorse a retail campaign after it was widely attacked yesterday in the national press.
The UK’s must successful newspaper Christmas appeals raised more than £5.3m over the festive period.
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