18 Sep 2014
Oxfam’s total income rose by more than £21m to £389m in the year to March 2014, according to its annual report and accounts published today.
Donations to Oxfam shops have dropped by more than 12 per cent for the second year running, while the charity reports an increase in sales of donated items.
The PFRA is aiming to establish a ‘core group’ of charities for its annual attrition survey after low participation levels in the first two years.
The National Lottery Awards is open for entries. Any organisation which has received National Lottery funding over the last 15 years can enter the competition to find the UK’s most popular lottery-funded project
This was not a 'calculated risk', it was a BIG mess, BIG waste of money, BIG incompetence. £1m spent in 6 months and nothing to show for it.
Charities could generate up to an extra £74bn from major donors via two North America-inspired reforms proposed in a new report.
This month, Civil Society Fundraising releases the findings of the first survey of directors of fundraising in the top 100 charities by income. In what will be an annual, tracking study we discover who exactly is in charge of filling the purses at the UK’s largest charities. Vibeka Mair reports from behind the directors’ chair.
Premium mailings can be an important part of a healthy and varied fundraising diet, says Neil Henderson.
The debate over the use of enclosures in direct mail is a long-running and contentious one, full of hyperbole and hysteria. This month Fundraising looks at the history of the enclosures issue and gives voice to the two ends of the spectrum for an adult and expert debate on the topic.