Study finds that men donate more to charity when the fundraiser is an attractive female

Study finds that men donate more to charity when the fundraiser is an attractive female 2

17 Apr 2015 | Alice Sharman

Men donate more to online fundraising pages where the fundraiser is an attractive female, and donate competitively with others, a study has claimed today.


Study finds that men donate more to charity when the fundraiser is an attractive female

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National Trust Seaton Delaval Hall. Credit Phil Lindsay

The National Trust had its best ever financial performance last year, according to the charity’s 2009/10 annual report published today.

Clayton heads Institute programme on donor motivations

Alan Clayton will lead a research project into donor motivations as part of an Institute of Fundraising initiative to encourage more people to give, it has been announced today.

Public chooses Little Havens as favourite Lottery-funded charity project

Little Havens Children's Hospice has been named by the public as the best voluntary or charity project at the National Lottery awards this weekend.

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More than £750m is lost every year in gift aid because of an outdated system that disincentivises charities and the Treasury to make the most out of it, according to a report by think-tank ResPublica.

A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.

» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

PFRA to trial street fundraising team leader bands

Street fundraising team leaders will be more visible to the public and officials during a three-month trial of a new armband for the fundraisers.

Bogus collections cost charity shops far more than £3m estimated

The amount that charity shops lose to bogus house-to-house collections is significantly higher than the £3m figure that the Association of Charity Shops had originally put on the value of the scams.

CSDM asset sale benefits other Chris Stoddard companies

The owner of CSDM, which went into administration in June, has sold the fundraising agency’s assets to other companies he owns for a sum which some creditors allege is below value and jeopardises the repayment of debts.

NCVO calls for sector spending to remain 'neutral'

NCVO has made its submission to the Treasury spending review, calling on the government to ensure the net effect on voluntary and community organisations is “at least neutral”.

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