21 Apr 2015
A London-based homelessness charity has launched an app that uses geolocation technology to let people tell them that a person is sleeping rough by making a donation.
The University of Cambridge has reached a milestone for UK university fundraising as the first university outside the US to raise £1bn in voluntary income - two years ahead of schedule.
Leaders in fundraising academia defended themselves against criticism that their research was inaccessible and irrelevant, in a heated panel discussion last week.
Gareth Jones argues that the campaign on behalf of the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland is focusing on the wrong issue, and that the Foundation must compromise if it is to prevent Scottish charities' funding shortfall.
While donors believe that charities exist primarily to help the needy, most donors tend to support organisations that promote their own preferences, help people they feel some affinity with and support causes that relate to their own life experiences according to research released today.
Why shouldn't charities pay celebrities if they consider it a good investment?
Charity child sponsorship advertisements were given the green light this week by the Advertising Standards Authority in a ruling on a complaint about the adverts which nearly went against charities.
Oxfam is launching a large direct mail campaign asking baby boomer supporters to leave a legacy in their wills.
A Cancer Research UK charity shop has come up with a novel way of attracting attention to its window display.
It’s a well-worn warning, but social investment and ethical consumerism are entering a new era of strength in which charities will have to start compete for the ethical pound, rather than the charitable pound. Celina Ribeiro says the battle lines aren’t clear, but traditional charities need to pay attention.
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