13 Sep 2016
Cancer Research’s Race for Life raised £52.8m last year making it the highest-earning mass participation event for the third year running, a survey revealed.
Representatives of small and medium charities have said that the proposed levy disproportionately affects smaller organisations and have called the proposals “unfair”.
Margaret Battistelli Gardner explains why it’s important for charities to really connect with supporters.
Big Lottery Fund grant-giving fell from over £900m to just under £600m in the year to March 2016, after a major EU funding project was delayed, according to accounts published yesterday.
Nearly three-quarters of people gave to charity and 70 per cent volunteered last year, according to a Cabinet Office survey published today.
The move to longer term funding is great; this is one of the biggest complaints we get from the young people that we work with; they often ask "why is it that as soon as they get a project/activity that we like and benefit from, it gets taken away."
The Direct Marketing Association has today published a white paper setting out the recommendations of its fundraising taskforce, which says fundraisers must recognise the primacy of donors in "the charity process".
Charities must embrace technology to encourage younger people to donate to charity, a new report by YouGov and CAF claims.
A community television channel which was under threat of closure, has been saved by a crowdfunding ‘community shares’ campaign that raised more than £300,000 in just under a month.
A spokeswoman from the Muslim Charities Forum has said that the organisation estimates that approximately £100m was given to charitable causes during the month of Ramadan.