1 Sep 2014
There is a gap between public perception and the reality of how charities operate, says Joe Saxton. Public...
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Save the Children this week published the names of children and babies who had so far been killed in the conflict in Gaza as part of a powerful campaign.
The Millfield House Foundation wants to encourage more charities in the North East to get involved in policy work. Trust manager Fiona Ellis explains.
After a difficult few years, the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland has launched a new strategy with its future firmly in place, says chief executive Mary Craig.
Savings and investment firm Standard Life wants to be a more diverse and supportive employer. Head of sustainability Sandy Macdonald explains how its work with charities supports this vision.
The number of complaints about fundraising has jumped sharply in the last year – notably about direct mail, telephone and doorstep. This increase might be matched by a rise in fundraising volume, but every complaint matters. By Alistair McLean.
Home Fundraising has a history of retaining successful fundraising leaders – the agency’s five senior managers run a field staff of more than 1,000 and have a combined 44-years of experience at Home. Dominic Will shares advice about finding and keeping the best fundraisers.
The Co-operative raised £6m in 2013 for the Carers Trust, which has a turnover of around £9m. Don’t be put off applying for the big corporate partnerships, says Kim Britton.
After managing the transfer of Merlin’s fundraising department to Save the Children, Danielle Atkinson is back on the frontline as head of public fundraising at Breast Cancer Campaign. She talks mergers and embracing the pink fog.
In the competitive world of alcohol abstinence challenges, Cancer Research UK’s Dryathlon has taken the lead – raising nearly double that of its nearest competitor. Cherie Chambers gives insights into its winning tactics.
1 Sep 2014
1 Sep 2014
Sector leaders agree that there is widespread public misunderstanding of what charities do. But, finds...
16 Jul 2014
David Ainsworth looks back over Nick Hurd's unprecedented tenure as minister for civil society.
20 Aug 2014
David Hoare, chair of The Teenage Cancer Trust, describes his big governance issue.
19 Aug 2014
Jo Williams and Anna Feuchtwang explain how EveryChild came to set up an international membership organisation.
19 Aug 2014
A chief executive and a chair advise the trustees of a membership body who facing a backlash over disciplinary...
1 Jul 2014
Kirsty Weakley looks at Homeless International's new cloud-based banking software, as well as the rest...
2 Jun 2014
Kirsty Weakley looks at NSPCC's new talent managment applications, as well as the rest of the month's...
1 May 2014
Kirsty Weakley looks at the National Trust's new CRM system, as well as the rest of this month's IT new...
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