Gareth Jones hears how the Stroke Association saved £30,000 a year by using a web-based publishing tool for its printed marketing leaflets.
More than 20 large UK charities are backing a new online calendar which aims to boost the fundraising potential of events by avoiding clashes with other high profile occasions.
JustGiving has launched an iPhone application to help fundraisers increase the number of donations ahead of this weekend’s London Marathon.
Facebook is to offer UK children’s charities millions of pounds of free advertising as it launches a new online safety campaign, but has stopped short of providing a 'panic button' on every page.
Hopefully there is a handy recycling bin somewhere for this report which pays little attention to sector views, or indeed the ethos of the sector.
Guidestar International is to combine its operations with US non-profit technology organisation TechSoup Global, though the two have stopped short of a full merger.
The Institute of Fundraising is offering bursaries for small charities to attend its IT Special Interest Group’s annual conference.
HMRC has unveiled the data it proposes charities should have to provide when it introduces its iXBRL online filing requirements, and is asking charities to give feedback.
KnowHow NonProfit has upgraded its Millcaster Tales soap opera from a written to a “video” production in the hope of becoming “the Archers of the voluntary sector”, with the aid of one of ITV’s drama writers.