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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Microsoft billionaire donation part of Gates' campaign to improve giving

Less than two months after Bill and Melinda Gates, with their friend Warren Buffet, challenged the wealthiest people in the US to give away the bulk of their money to charity, the billionaires are starting to roll in.

Challenge events can be held on school holidays

Charities will be free to organise challenge events during school holiday periods as a result of a revision to the codes of practice on outdoor fundraising.

Global demand for Brits' Remember A Charity

British organisations Remember a Charity and the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association are in discussions with foreign fundraising groups about how to grow the legacy markets in their respective countries.

DM donor recruitment campaigns from Practical Action and National Trust

The National Trust and Practical Action have both launched new recruitment campaigns to attract fresh and lapsed donors to their causes.

He was just so nice - an over used word, but I can only ever see Daniel with a smile on his face. Genuine, wickedly funny, intelligent, oozing with foresight and interest.

» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

Donations down 9.6 per cent in 2010

More than ten million people in the UK have reduced their charitable donations in the first six months of 2010 and the total amount donated is down by 9.6 per cent, according to research conducted for Investec Bank.

Impact analyst association nearer to creation

Social impact analysts, those tasked with measuring and reporting on the effectiveness of charity programmes, may soon have their own professional organisation designed to promote the profession and encourage better analysis.

Gift aid under-used by charities, finds survey

As the charity sector continues to push for gift aid reform, a survey released today has found that 43 per cent of charities admit they are not making the most of the current system.

Arts Council paid grant to trustee

The Arts Council of England has improved its induction process for trustees after making a grant to a trustee without proper authorisation.

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