7 Jul 2015
The Localism Bill debate reached fever pitch in Parliament yesterday with 40 speakers entering discussions at the Bill’s second reading in the House of Commons.
Arts organisations are being pushed to fundraise more and more, but they still lag generations behind other charities in their legacy income and marketing. In an exclusive analysis, Meg Abdy discusses exclusive research into the state of arts legacies in the UK.
The Charities Aid Foundation has been left without a communications director following the exit of Mark Webster to concentrate on his freelance career.
News International has begun trialling a ‘pay-by-results’ model of advertising for its printed publications, potentially opening up newspaper advertising opportunities to a range of charities previously priced out.
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.
Whilst apps are currently in vogue and seem an attractive way to target young donors, providing a mobile version of your website with compelling content and an easy-to-use donor process may be more beneficial, says Pete Stevens.
Skillshare International has adopted IBM-based collaboration technology to speed up its wide area network and tackle bottlenecks resulting from different network speeds and capacities around the world.
The Labour Party and Friends of the Earth have spoken out against the Localism Bill ahead of its second reading in Parliament today.
The Charity Commission should cease giving advice on good practice and acting as a ‘friend’ of the sector, and focus on its regulatory role, the NCVO has suggested in its response to the Commission’s strategic review consultation.
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