18 Sep 2014
A WaterAid insert threatening to keep asking until every UK household gives £2 a month has beaten the charity’s 15-year long control campaign by 61 per cent on response rates.
A WaterAid insert threatening to keep asking until every UK household gives £2 a month has exceeded the previous 15-year long campaign by 50 per cent.
The Office of the Third Sector has announced that Rolande Anderson is to join as its new director general, succeeding Campbell Robb who leaves at the end of this month to join Shelter as chief executive.
Basically it looks like the government stuffing public money into their friend's pockets without actually expecting them to do anything for it.
The last month of the Noughties is looking to leave health charities in a high degree of uncertainty, despite positive indications that the recession is unlikely to get any worse.
A long-awaited national giving campaign is encouraging donors to research charities before donating even small amounts.
Conservation charity the Aspinall Foundation has set up its own face-to-face fundraising company, with a key player from Face2Face Fundraising at its helm.
The advertising regulator has rejected a complaint against a company asking for clothes donations to help the needy, in an adjudication that has been opposed by the Fundraising Standards Board.