29 Oct 2013
Professional Fundraising magazine has appointed former Yorkshire Post senior reporter Lucy Harvey as its new editor.
NSPCC has launched the first of what will become a series of mini-appeals in the wake of the end of the FULL STOP fundraising campaign.
Two British galleries have been given the chance to buy a Renaissance masterpiece at half-price â€“ but only if they raise Â£50m by the end of this year.
Big Society indeed. Big bucks for the big players and let the rest of us, operating diligently and frugally, eat dust. I hope this story keeps its legs and congratulate those who continue to dig.
Age Concern will embark on its first ever mass participation event this month with the launch of the Great Sunday Lunch.
Suppose a journalist, or maybe a civil servant from the Office of the Third Sector asked you, as a fundraiser, whether the umbrella bodies which stood up for, lobbied on behalf of, and represented the voluntary sector to the 'outside world', were doing a good job, what would be your response?
When the Danish government banned Face-to-Face fundraising in its traditional form, Amnesty International Denmark was required to reassess how it recruited donors on the street. The answer was a two-step approach, explains Allan Laursen.
An award scheme to celebrate the achievements of its corporate partnerships is reaping rewards for Cancer Research UK, as Dianne Long explains