26 Nov 2014
Unicef is calling on people to record their own version of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ to be used in multi-lingual version of the song, and Katy Perry, Hugh Jackman and Priyanka Chopra are among those that have appeared in a video to inspire people to take part.
A corporate fundraising website has launched which links London businesses who pledge to donate at least one per cent of their annual profits with a charity.
Pinkstinks has convinced Sainsbury’s to stop selling children’s clothing with gender-specific labelling.
Twitter sceptics will this morning be rubbing their heads, as yesterday's Twestival continues to rake in donations from around the world. So far the event has raised more than $306,000.
It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.
Stephen Pidgeon sought to defuse the row between the Institute of Fundraising and the face-to-face community over a comment he made on a YouTube video promoting an Institute direct marketing event, by issuing a public apology – of sorts – at the start of the day’s proceedings.
Yesterday Dame Suzi Leather issued a warning to charities that much will change when present contractual arrangements end in 2011. She is right, and for more reasons than she gave.
The government paved the way for more cross-border donating today as it announced in its 2010 Budget report that UK charity tax reliefs will be extended to charities and amateur sports clubs in Europe, Norway and Iceland.
Gordon Brown’s pet compulsory youth volunteering project has kicked off today with the announcement of £16m for five pilot projects over two years that will establish ways to get all young people aged 14 to 19 volunteering for 50 hours.