Petition power: Why digital petitions can lead to new supporters
Analysis

Petition power: Why digital petitions can lead to new supporters

10 May 2016

Slacktivists have been dismissed as a barely engaged subset of charity supporters. At War on Want, digital petitions have proven a powerful avenue for new supporter acquisition, Adina Claire writes.

Share

Petition power: Why digital petitions can lead to new supporters

« First | previous | Displaying 137 to 144 (of 159) | next | last »

WaterAid on YouTube

YouTube attracts more than 100 million views a day. The YouTube Non Profit Programme, now five years old, gives charities special privileges to help them rise above the noise and connect with donors. Rebecca Jeffrey details how charities can get broadcasting with the best of them.

Is face-to-face as controversial as we think?

Face-to-face is in your face. But is it the controversial issue that many believe it is, and does the sector stand up for it enough? Celina Ribeiro looks at exclusive research about public perception and how the sector responds.

What, this little thing? Mobile phone fundraising gets serious

2011 is all about mobile. From the sepia-tinted screens of Nokia 3210s to the omnifunctionality of iPhones, the opportunities to engage supporters via these constant companions are significant. Celina Ribeiro looks at the market and the charities that are making inroads.

The Funding Commission’s big ideas

The Funding Commission wants to increase giving and put fundraising front-and-centre in a new world order. Co-chair Richard Gutch explains precisely what the Commission wants to happen.

What you don't know about attrition: tipping the iceberg

Without getting involved in your charity’s direct debit payment process, fundraisers could be getting only part of the attrition picture – and potentially missing out on income. Rupert Tappin and Morag Fleming say fundraisers need to take charge of their payment processes.

Risky business

Richard Weighell summarises the results of the latest survey into how the sector is dealing with its risks.

The end of the road for the cheque?

Sandra Quinn explains why the cheque may be removed from our payments vernacular in 2018 and what the Payments Council is doing to ensure that no organisation, least of all charities, is adversely affected by its removal.

Changing collections conduct

Legislation of charity collections is set to change. Charity legal expert Helen Harvie explains how and why.

« First | previous | Displaying 137 to 144 (of 159) | next | last »

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.

Celina Ribeiro (43) Stephen Cotterill (14) David Ainsworth (12) Hugh Radojev (10) Tania Mason (9) Alistair McLean (5) Jenna Pudelek (5) Cathy Pharoah (4) Kirsty Weakley (4) Richard Radcliffe (3)
Lucy Gower (3) Emily Corfe (3) Giles Pegram (2) Tony Elischer (2) Stephen Pidgeon (2) Ian MacQuillin (2) Gemma Ware (2) Kevin Waudby (2) Lindsay Dalton-Hopwood (2) Jonathan Last (2) Alex McDowell (2) Alice Sharman (2) Paul Stein (2) Vibeka Mair (1) Lucy Caldicott (1) Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett (1) Liz Monks (1) Michael Naidu (1) Ian Oakley-Smith (1) Louise Parkes (1) Alan Gosschalk (1) Lyndall Stein (1) Lorraine Owens (1) Kerry Glazer (1) Judith Rich (1) Andy Taylor (1) Reuben Turner (1) Neal Green (1) Sean Kelly (1) Tania Cohen (1) Jonathon Grapsas (1) Diane Sim (1) Tim Hunter (1) Colin Lloyd (1) Richard Weighell (1) Peter Storey (1) Scott Gray (1) Niki May Young (1) Stephen Hammersley (1) Danielle Atkinson (1) Joe Jenkins (1) Liz Tait (1) Dharmendra Kanani (1) Matthew Sherrington (1) Wanda Hamilton (1) Caroline Beaumont (1) Nick Mason (1) Imogen Ward (1) Martyn Turner (1) Tracy Griffin (1) Peter Lewis (1) Claire Brown (1) Douglas Rouse (1) Josephine Job (1) Helen McEachern (1) Lesley Pinder (1) Nick Aldridge (1) Zoe Amar (1) Fiona Kirk (1) Kawika Solidum (1) Helen Cable (1) Jerome Moisan (1) Helena Sharpstone (1) Becki Jupp (1) Bethan Holloway (1) Tish Ley (1) Tom Traynor (1) Bertie Bosrédon (1) Gail Cookson (1) Gill Warnock (1) Ciara Bosworth (1) Simon Burne (1) Tobin Aldrich (1) Bridget Gardiner (1) Lisa Clavering (1) Mia Campbell (1) Jen Dougan (1) Kate Jacques (1) Ben Supple (1) Christine Jenkins (1) Jayne Cromwell (1) Lorraine Clifton (1) Alana Tubasei (1) Catherine Miles (1) Eleanor Harrison (1) Anthony Newman (1) John Hume (1)
Less +++ More +++

How to set up an investment committee: take the long view

26 May 2016

Imagine you were setting your investment strategy from a standing start. Peter Baxter of Trust for London...

Sir Stephen Bubb: 'Charities' relationship with government has never been so bad'

17 May 2016

Sir Stephen Bubb talks about his ideas for improving leadership and communication in the charity sector....

Orlando Fraser: ‘We take the Commission’s independence just as seriously as we take the sector’s’

12 May 2016

Orlando Fraser, Charity Commission board member, tells Kirsty Weakley that the regulator is committed...

Orlando Fraser: ‘We take the Commission’s independence just as seriously as we take the sector’s’

12 May 2016

Orlando Fraser, Charity Commission board member, tells Kirsty Weakley that the regulator is committed...

Come on board: The RNLI's journey to permission-led fundraising

18 Mar 2016

From next year, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution will only ask for money from people who have given...

Do representative forums offer real involvement or lip service?

5 Jan 2016

Dimensions, the charity that supports people with learning disabilities, works hard to give a voice to...

Social media - how to make sure you comply with employment law

4 Mar 2016

Gearalt Fahy, partner at 3volution, examines some of the challenges for employers created by the rise...

Four ways that innovation can be the solution for charities

1 Mar 2016

Based on his experiences at Relate, Chris Sherwood suggests four ways to innovate your way out of a difficult...

Business intelligence solutions for charities

3 Feb 2016

Businesses and charities are increasingly adopting business intelligence solutions. Gareth Jones investigates...