Samaritans has promised that all data collected by its Twitter monitoring app will be deleted and the charity will respond individually to people who expressed concern.
The Post Office has become the first UK organisation to allow Twitter users to donate to charity through a tweet, with proceeds going to BBC Children in Need.
Samaritans has suspended its Twitter monitoring application a week and a half after it launched, for “further consideration” following criticism from online campaigners.
Charity chief executives are communicating more effectively through social media, according to Simon Blake, who judged the top 30 leaders.
NGOs need to look more closely at expense claims from their staff, in particular from UK staff based overseas as expatriates, and from staff who travel from the UK to field offices and projects overseas.
Samaritans has said that it has sought further legal advice about its Samaritans Radar Twitter app and is satisfied that it complies with data protection legislation, but that it will take on board any advice from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
A software community interest company set up by the BeatBullying Group in 2012 is almost a year late filing its first set of accounts.
Blackbaud has launched its online giving platform, everydayhero, for fundraisers in the UK in a bid to give its 350 Heroix users access to a wider pool of fundraisers.
Charities should embrace and love charity ‘slacktivists’ because social is a great ramp for new donors, delegates at the International Fundraising Congress in the Netherlands heard at yesterday’s opening plenary.