10 Sep 2015
A former GoGen employee has said that cold calling made up “very little” of the work that he and some 400 others were doing on behalf of charities at the time the agency collapsed.
Oxfam GB’s annual income is up by £12m, taking it over £400m for the first time, according to its latest annual report and accounts.
Cancer Research UK has closed its defined benefit pension scheme to future accruals, the charity has announced in its latest accounts.
Macmillan Cancer Support has confirmed that it is working on rebranding its World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, in order to set it apart from “copycat events”.
The challenge isn't with telephone fundraising, direct mail or 'chugging' per se. The challenge is treating donors as people worthy of respect.
Is the William Shawcross vision of charity regulation the correct one, asks Andrew Purkis.
The writer John Underwood, recently diagnosed with cancer of the blood, has raised £34,000 for the charity Anthony Nolan after launching his JustGiving page on Monday.
The Institute of Fundraising will meet the Information Commissioner’s Office to ask for clearer telephone fundraising guidance, after the ICO took a stance which could prevent charities calling up to 70 per cent of donors.
Two consultations which will help determine the future of the involvement of the voluntary sector in health and social care have been published today.