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The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation gives away £30m each year in grants. John Mulligan talks to Adam Martin.
Conversion rates are the biggest concern for nearly half of all email marketers surveyed by the Direct Marketing Association.
James Hughes-Hallett has been appointed as the next chairman of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, coinciding with the release of the charity’s annual report this week.
To make Payroll Giving mandatory for employers is totally the opposite of what our sector stands for; choice, aspiration, inspiration and voluntary. Slightly at odds with one of the key strands of the current proposals isn't it?
The Big Lottery Fund has now distributed £100m of funding through its People and Places scheme in Wales following its latest round of grants.
Sightsavers has announced it will be awarding grants totalling £1m to innovative eye health projects in the developing world.
Action for Children has been selected as Network Rail’s new charity of choice for the next two years.