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'Wacky' fundraising activities rise by more than 200 per cent, says Virgin Money Giving

24 Apr 2015 | Emily Corfe

Fundraisers are going further than ever before to encourage sponsors to part with cash, according to research from Virgin Money Giving.


'Wacky' fundraising activities rise by more than 200 per cent, says Virgin Money Giving

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Inspire appoints new head of fundraising

The north east of Scotland’s disability charity, Inspire, has appointed Fiona Poustie as its new head of fundraising.

Charities will get Olympic funding back, promises Labour

The Labour Party has moved to quell fears that the voluntary sector would lose out in its National Lottery funding plans, promising that after 2012 the Big Lottery Fund will be given back the full proportion of money it relinquished to pay for the Olympics.

Liberal Democrats pledge gift aid increase

The Liberal Democrats have promised to simplify criminal records checks, increase gift aid by 1 per cent and allow banks to let people operate charitable giving accounts alongside their current accounts, in their manifesto released today.

Tory manifesto proposes Big Society tweaks,  but nothing new for charity sector

The Conservatives have emphasised ‘Big Society’ solutions to its recurring complaint about broken society in its manifesto, but offered little new strategies for the voluntary sector.

Why shouldn't charities pay celebrities if they consider it a good investment?

» Barnardo's defends plans to pay Made in Chelsea star £3,000 to endorse campaign

Gambling on the future of charities - the National Lottery sale

Nick Cater queues to find mixed news from the National Lottery sale to the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan.

Buy Once Give Twice rebrands

Auction website Buy Once Give Twice will reemerge this month under a new brand six months after being bought by two investors.

Giles Pegram teams up with Think consultancy

Former NSPCC fundraising veteran Giles Pegram has started his consultancy career with a top-level collaboration with consultancy firm Think.

Three charities consider £1m legacy from paedophile

Girlguiding Scotland and two other charities are deciding what to do with more than £1m worth of legacy bequests left by a convicted child sex offender.

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