The British Pregnancy Advisory Service is planning to appeal a fine of £200,000 issued by the data security regulator after an anti-abortion hacker gained access to thousands of client names, addresses and phone numbers and threatened to publish them.
St John Ambulance in Lancashire has adopted a web-based solution which allows it to communicate with volunteers via SMS.
Amnesty International and Greenpeace are hoping to save £4,410 and £1,286 per annum respectively on their head office energy bills by adopting voltage power optimisation technology.
HMRC has conceded that zero-rating VAT should apply to pay-per-click (PPC) charity advertisements, but refuses to budge on VAT for search engine optimisation.
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.
World Emergency Relief is holding a parallel World Cup tournament, right outside the gates of the South Africa stadia. The charity has published a film of the tournament alongside a series of short films documenting life "outside the stadium", which look at growing up in the townships, the local passion for football and the challenges facing South Africa.
Charity Technology Trust (CTT) announced yesterday a partnership with Race Online 2012 to help all UK charities have a presence online by 2012.
Nick Hurd has leant his support to a new twitter topic aimed at thanking members of civil society. The minister made his comments in support of the launch of ThankQThursday, a creation of i-volunteer launched to help charities and individuals show their support for those within the sector.