OSCR launches new website
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OSCR launches new website

20 Nov 2014 | Alice Sharman

The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator has launched a new website which includes a new search function.

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Report names most prolific social networking charities

The Royal British Legion, RSA and the Tate Gallery have been named as the leading social media charities by a new report from nfpSynergy.

Martin Jervis leaves Blackbaud

Martin Jervis has left his role as managing director of Blackbaud Europe after four-and-a-half years at the helm.

WFP taps social networks for food donations

A new initiative from the United Nations World Food Programme is utilising social networks to raise funds and feed children across the world.

Everything Everywhere suspends text donation fees

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Unite launches campaign to reach civil society workers

Unite the Union is to launch a campaign to engage with workers in charities which have been “forced to the wall” by government cuts.

Jane Ryder, chief executive, OSCR

OSCR has appointed business technology company the Amor Group to create the infrastructure for online filing of annual returns and accounts, and aims to launch the service later this year.

Blackbaud targets smaller arts organisations with latest package

Software provider Blackbaud has launched a new a new software product, The Patron Edge Essentials, for smaller arts and cultural organisations in the not-for-profit sector.

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