The Charity Commission has announced that people can watch its next public meeting online via a live video stream.
This week social media was all about a stick man called Bill who was doling out helpful common sense advice. There was no shortage of charities suggesting people be smart “like Bill”, including British Heart Foundation, Pancreatic Cancer Action and Macmillan.
Microsoft’s chief executive has announced that the technology firm will donate $1bn (£700m) worth of its cloud services, at market value, to non-profits and university research teams around the world over the next three years.
A video voiced by actor Alan Rickman before his death yesterday is raising money for charity with every view, and Guide Dogs UK pay a visit to the set of Ricky Gervais's new film.
Losing Daniel is so painful. A very special man, he combined his brilliance with a way of making everyone around him feel valued, included and respected.
The Public Fundraising Association has launched an interactive “e-learning platform” for members to help train street fundraisers in best practice.
The Terrence Higgins Trust has launched the #TossOff fundraising campaign while Cancer Research UK is urging people to give up alcohol. Elsewhere the National Deaf Children’s Society is all over Star Wars with videos showing how key phrases could be signed.
The Information Commissioner has criticised the Alzheimer’s Society for allowing volunteers to use personal email addresses when handling sensitive information, and issued the charity with an enforcement notice.