National Trust to develop new website in £2m digital upgrade
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National Trust to develop new website in £2m digital upgrade

15 Aug 2014 | Alice Sharman

The National Trust has budgeted £2m to update its digital services, including a new website and mobile app, as part of a £30m overhaul of its IT.

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Data protection proposals 'potentially catastrophic' for fundraising

EU data protection proposals could have a “potentially catastrophic” impact on charity fundraising, delegates at the Institute of Fundraising’s National Convention heard yesterday.

Film of the week: Where has all the money gone? Stop tax dodging.

Christian Aid has released a video calling on people to help end the practice of tax dodging.

Legion trials cashless technology for Birmingham Poppy Appeal

The Royal British Legion piloted a scheme this week allowing the public to buy poppies using cashless technology.

Charity uses 'smart ads' to target potential donors

Freedom from Torture is the first charity to use a ‘smart ad’ to target its latest appeal at people more likely to donate.

It is vital that the voices suggesting the change are heard by the ears that need to hear it and until we understand and map that cross functional landscape, collaboration remains purely an aspiration.

» Sector needs a 'data manifesto', says leadership review

Dry January inspired 80 per cent of participants to drink less

Alcohol Concern's Dry January campaign has been a "great success" says the charity, as it reports that 80 per cent of participants will drink less as a result.

Andrew Reid, Lord McAlpine's solicitor, RMPI

Lord McAlpine has called on those who spread false allegations of his involvement in child sex abuse via Twitter to each make a donation to a children's charity to avoid further litigation.

Copyright Oast House

Backbench MPs yesterday voted in support of the e-petition that was started by animal rights campaigners calling on the government to abandon plans to cull badgers.

Pinterest used as hub for charity-led Care Inquiry resources

Eight children’s care charities have launched an inquiry into the best way to support children unable to live with their birth parents, and are using social media site Pinterest as a hub for communications.

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