The MS Society has written to approximately 25,000 of its web users to warn them their personal information may have been accessed by hackers.
Social media giant Facebook has apologised to the Royal National Institute for the Blind after it lifted a ban on an advert by the organisation which it originally said was “degrading”.
Pennies, a micro-donation tool, has announced that it has now collected over 20 million donations through its digital charity box and has appointed NCVO chair Martyn Lewis as its first ambassador.
A new cloud-based customer relationship management system, Donorfy, is now available, and is free to use for charities with fewer than 500 contacts in their databases.
Microsoft has launched the next stage of its Upgrade Your World intitiative with a social media competition that will see the ten charities with the most votes get a donation of $50,000 (around £32,800).
A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.
Charities in the UK can now ask their supporters to give directly via Facebook, after the social media giant rolled out a "Donate Now" button previously available only in the US.
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.