The Royal British Legion has seen a sixfold growth in the number of supporters accessing its services after launching a digital-first strategy, the Charity Technology Conference heard last week.
Mobile payment company Fonix has announced that it processed over £6.6m worth of text donations for this year’s BBC Children in Need fundraiser.
The National Trust has launched a new website as part of a £40 million technology investment programme.
IT professionals must explain how technology helps meet charity priorities if they want to be more than an “overhead
cost”, the director of information services at Barnardo’s told the Charity Technology Conference last week.
Charities must use technology to create change or risk 'sliding into insignificance' Zenon Hannick, chief technology officer at Comic Relief, told a Civil Society Media conference yesterday.
A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.
Facebook has expanded the use of its ‘donate’ button and launched a new fundraising platform which will compete with services such as JustGiving and Virgin Money Giving.
The chief executives of Action on Hearing Loss, Mencap and NSPCC were among the 30 that have been included on the third annual #socialceos awards.
Meningitis Now has accused Facebook of putting children’s lives at risk after the social network banned adverts showing the warning signs of meningitis.
The Prince’s Trust has launched a new website and new IT systems to help it reach more young people, as part of a three year strategy to transform its digital services.