11 Feb 2016
The charity sector must change how it fundraises or risk being made "obsolete" by regulation, legislation and costs, the RNLI's top fundraiser said yesterday.
A partnership to help charities win public service contracts at scale has won Big Society Capital's first Business Impact Award, putting it in line to receive £5m in matched investments.
The success of the campaign against tax credit cuts shows that charities can still influence government policy if they get their message right, says Patrick Murray of NPC.
The Charity Awards 2016 opens for entries today, and charities are encouraged to submit applications for their most effective and impactful projects.
Plan UK has reported the theft of supporter data including names, bank details, addresses and phone numbers, after five computer servers were taken during a break-in.
The challenge isn't with telephone fundraising, direct mail or 'chugging' per se. The challenge is treating donors as people worthy of respect.
BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra today launched a year-long volunteering campaign, which involves the stations motivating their listeners to pledge one million hours of time to good causes.
More than 1,400 organisations have signed up to take part in the #GivingTuesday day of fundraising, which has been trending on Twitter continuously since early this morning.
Gareth Jones looks at the funding of the charity sector and some of the reasons why its future could be perilous.