14 May 2015
Fundraisers are going further than ever before to encourage sponsors to part with cash, according to research from Virgin Money Giving.
More details have emerged about what a collaboration between the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association and the Fundraising Standards Board will mean for collating face-to-face fundraising complaints.
Great Ormond Street Hospital and Sightsavers have been named as the best exponents of online legacy fundraising, but there remains more to do for many other charities.
Cancer Research UK will launch a multi-channel advertising campaign using real patients and clinicians to encourage the public to make a monthly donation.
A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.
The Volunteer Rights Inquiry has proposed setting up a volunteer complaints commission or a volunteering ombudsman in its interim report.
The Payments Council is to hold a series of meetings with the voluntary sector on the future of cheques and alternative methods of payments.
Fundraisers are confident that they are treating their donors well, but only one in four believe they are getting the maximum lifetime value out of their givers, according to research previewed today.