Civil Society Christmas Charity Quiz

Civil Society Christmas Charity Quiz

19 Dec 2014

It's the last Civil Society News bulletin before Christmas, and we know and you know that you're just sitting at your desk waiting for the holidays. So we thought we'd see how much you know about the sector you work in. Take our festive quiz and find out how much of a charity nerd you really are.


Civil Society Christmas Charity Quiz

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Slow progress - the toils of upgrading technology

Upgrading a laptop proves to be a lengthy unrewarding chore, says John Tate.

Bullying UK merges with Parentline Plus

Bullying UK has agreed a merger with Parentline Plus, after the online bullying advice charity ran into financial difficulties.

Smaller charities given temporary iXBRL reprieve

Smaller incorporated charities will not have to file accounts using iXBRL format until free software is available that suits their requirements, HMRC has said.

Charities will use technology for more partnership working, says new research

Around two-thirds of charities plan to use technology to collaborate more nationally and internationally, according to new research by Lasa.

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.

» VSO to slash overheads by a third

Domino's Pizza first to join new microdonation scheme

An electronic charity donation scheme has been launched to collect small donations from consumers who pay for goods by card.

Not cleaning campaign data costs more, charities warned

Charities need to consider the cost of not cleaning their data following a campaign as it is often greater than that incurred by doing so, according to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Lightning never strikes twice? - a broadband battle

Roger Chester outlines his latest battle to get LionHeart's IT infrastructure back in action.

Superswarm badge

A new social phenomenon is here. A tweet or a poke are no longer enough to satisfy the social masses - they need Spaces and Superswarms. Rob Dyson explains why your charity needs them too.

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