Marie Curie appoints digital advisory board
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Marie Curie appoints digital advisory board

21 Jun 2016 | Kirsty Weakley

Marie Curie has appointed a digital advisory board to help it build on the successes of its digital transformation programme.

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Data breach at childbirth charity NCT affects 15,000 beneficiaries

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The Charity Commission has launched a new public beta online charity registration service, which forms part of its new “digital by default” policy.

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HM Revenue and Customs has launched a tool to enable charities to update their details online.

Three Mobile to donate leftover data as money to support aid work in Syria

Three Mobile is trialling a project in Sweden whereby its customers can transform their unused mobile data into a cash donation for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' work with refugees in Syria.

 Big Society Capital launches website to explain social finance

A service to help charities understand social finance more easily has been launched today by Big Society Capital, the social investment wholesaler.

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