This week we love WaterAid's use of video in its 'If men had periods' campaign, Missing People's annual Big Tweet and British Museum's use of Periscope.
Unite the Union is to launch a campaign to engage with workers in charities which have been “forced to the wall” by government cuts.
OSCR has appointed business technology company the Amor Group to create the infrastructure for online filing of annual returns and accounts, and aims to launch the service later this year.
Software provider Blackbaud has launched a new a new software product, The Patron Edge Essentials, for smaller arts and cultural organisations in the not-for-profit sector.
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.
BT’s move to launch a no-fee fundraising website has drawn criticism from social entrepreneur and author Robert Ashton, who has accused the telecoms giant of using its financial muscle to deliberately undermine the market's creator JustGiving.
BT is hoping to expand the online giving market via the launch of its web fundraising offering myDonate, a launch which sees it compete with established players JustGiving and Virgin Money Giving in the online sponsorship and fundraising arena.
Consumers are increasingly wary of how much data organisations keep on them, so charities have be to extra careful when storing and using donor information. David Pinches discusses data management principles for fundraisers under the Data Protection Act.