Localgiving.com’s latest match funding initiative raised over £90,000 for charities in its first 24 hours.
Individuals are relying increasingly on their social networks to deliver information about and opportunities to give to charities, but those with larger networks are less likely to share such information, according to new academic research.
The launch of a new digital fundraising platform for arts and heritage organisations has made Kirsty Weakley think about how she wants to support them in the future.
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.
Barclays has launched a mobile app which will enable consumers to send money via their phones and could introduce a new way for donors to give to charities.
Domino’s Pizza has raised £175,000 from one million separate donations, for its main charity, Special Olympics Great Britain through the Pennies Foundation microdonation scheme.
The Big Give is reviewing last December’s match fund challenge, which raised more than £11.5m, after unprecedented levels of demand forced the challenge to be postponed for a day.
A Covent Garden carolling choir has raised £2,500 in cash-free donations after a bank gave local passersby trial contactless cards to donate with.