Equality charity Stonewall has today revealed its new website and has added the tagline “acceptance without exception” to its logo to emphasise its commitment to change.
The Royal British Legion has launched a new mobile-compatible website which it says will “encourage regular and new users to get involved” with the charity.
A new digital service to connect skilled volunteers with charities around the UK has been launched by Reach Volunteering, a specialist volunteering support charity.
The Dogs Trust has launched an online campaign encouraging parents to buy their children a pet dog to keep them from spending too much time glued to technology.
A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.
Oxfam is the first charity to use a smartphone messaging app to encourage visitors to its shops to engage with the charity’s online content.
Diabetes UK believes it is the first charity to offer its membership content by text message in return for a monthly £3 donation.
Disability charity Scope has announced a £1m partnership with broadband provider Virgin Media to use digital technology in new ways.
Text donation was worth £115m to charities in 2014 and is expected to grow to £124m in 2015, according to the premium rate regulator’s annual market report.