8 Oct 2015
The Cabinet Office has announced that it has accepted all
of the proposals made in the Etherington Review, including the Fundraising Preference Service, as part of a crack down
on "unethical" fundraising.
People are far more likely to leave a legacy in their will if they are told how few other people are doing so, according to research published today.
Valerie Owen, OBE, chair of Swan Housing Association’s board, describes how seeing a governance problem as an opportunity for improvement led to a Swan that is really fit for the future.
Our weekly round-up of interesting and outlandish information, collected from the corners of the charity sector.
The challenge isn't with telephone fundraising, direct mail or 'chugging' per se. The challenge is treating donors as people worthy of respect.
The Stroke Association’s income grew by more than 10 per cent, from £33.5m to a record £37.5m in the last year, partly down to an increase of almost £3m in legacy donations.
A Scottish charity has been set up to others develop alternative funding sources in the face of public sector cuts, with £250,000 financial backing from the Scottish government and the Robertson Trust.
ITV has announced that Macmillan Cancer Support, Make-A-Wish UK and Save the Children will be its three beneficiary charities for the Text Santa Appeal 2015.
A re-release of the Crowded House song Help is Coming is raising money for Save the Children’s refugee crisis appeal, with a video fronted by Benedict Cumberbatch.
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