Barnardo’s has announced a ten-year strategy which will aim to grow income by a third and change its relationship with commissioners, in order to cope with a predicted 25 per cent increase in beneficiaries.
The Inspiring Impact programme, a free digital impact measurement service managed by New Philanthropy Capital, has launched two new versions of its ‘Measuring Up!’ tool.
The national children’s charity, NSPCC, has set up a working group to push for regulatory changes to the provision of ‘zero-rated’ websites by network providers – to enable children to access its ChildLine website without buying data.
The Salvation Army is trialling new sensors in some of its clothing donation bins, in a bid to cut collections costs and process donations of clothes and shoes more efficiently.
The Centre for Acceleration of Social Technology has been awarded £1.12m from the Big Lottery Fund for charities developing digital products to “transform their service provision”.
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JustGiving will remove all monthly fees for very small charities, but will hike its prices for larger organisations by 160 per cent.
Blockchain technology could eventually be used to carry out many of the functions of a traditional regulator, according to a new paper by the Charities Aid Foundation.
A CRM upgrade is not just about tech – you need to consider the effect on people, says Ivan Wainewright.
Macmillan Cancer Support, Cancer Research UK and Brooke are among the charities to encourage fundraising using the Pokemon Go app, which launched in the UK today.