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Social Charity Spy: WaterAid gets the internet talking about periods

29 May 2015

This week we love WaterAid's use of video in its 'If men had periods' campaign, Missing People's annual Big Tweet and British Museum's use of Periscope.

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Ten tips for digital transformation at charities

Last week Kirsty Weakley spent a day immersed in all things digital transformation at CharityComms' conference. She picks out the key themes that emerged.

Social Charity Spy: Charities’ online response to the Nepal Earthquake

The Disasters Emergency Committee, ActionAid and Save the Children have been making full use of social media tools available to raise money and share information about the relief effort in Nepal following last week’s earthquake.

Technology lessons from down the ages

Holiday technology frustrations remind John Tate of some important IT rules.

Social Charity Spy: Save the Children and Amnesty International urge politicians to take action

This week we look at how Save the Children UK and Amnesty International have pressed politicians to restart rescue missions in the Mediterranean, as well as how Support Adoption for Pets hopes to get everyone smiling.

Social Charity Spy: Anne Frank Trust UK with #notsilent and Shelter plays political bingo

This week we highlight the Anne Frank Trust UK’s use of social video to commemorate the 70th anniversary of her death and Shelter’s interactive buzzfeed bingo during the politicians' debate last night. 

Social Charity Spy: Marie Curie supporting Sir Ranulph Fiennes at the Marathon de Sables

This week we highlight how Marie Curie is using social media to keep supporters up to date with Sir Ranulph Fiennes' fundraising challenge and how Scope is using video to recruit shop volunteers.

John Tate, business consultant and visiting lecturer at Cass Business School

Apple is launching its latest product on the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings. John Tate wonders if it will drive a comparable degree of change in the UK.

A round-up of charity April Fools

It’s April Fools’ Day and several charities including Macmillan, RNLI and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home have turned their creative talents to something lighthearted.

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Going beyond the Sorp

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Andrew Hind has some advice for charities in the process of writing their annual reports.

Star gazing in the charity sector

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Ian Allsop ponders the meaning of rising stars, fading stars and no stars.

Technology lessons from down the ages

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Holiday technology frustrations remind John Tate of some important IT rules.