Sunday, 25 August 2019

The Good Exchange: How to overcome the tech skills gap within charitable boards

By Ed Gairdner, COO of The Good Exchange – a not-for-profit cloud platform that matches organisations and individuals who have money to give to...

The double-edged sword that is 5G: How charities can harness its potential while remaining secure

Iain Shearman, Managing Director at KCOM NNS The 5G network has the power to redefine a broad range of industries. This is because the proliferation...

Fat Beehive: What does PSD2 mean for charities?

If you take donations online – and if you’re reading this, you almost certainly do – then big changes are afoot that you need...

The Good Exchange: Social media in the charitable sector

By Marina Stedman, Head of Marketing, The Good Exchange The internet is becoming increasingly mobile. According to the latest Ofcom report into adult media...

New report by Ecclesiastical reveals biggest risks facing the charity sector

Charities need to take a longer-term view of risk or face increasing threats to their prosperity and security, according to a new report by...

Tommy’s promotes Splashathon fundraising drive with multi-channel campaign

Tommy's, the UK's largest charity funding research into saving babies' lives, has appointed values-driven creative and campaigns agency Blue State Digital to support its...

Cyclists at Streetspace complete epic ride for charity

The team at Streetspace have just smashed their epic 874-mile static cycling challenge, raising vital funds for the local charity Porchlight! This incredible achievement took place at Streetspace...

School to benefit from community partnership with AkzoNobel

An innovative new partnership with a decorative paints and coatings manufacturer is set to breathe life and colour into a Northumberland-based school for children...

Why technology is enabling the human touch in grant funding

By Ed Gairdner, COO of The Good Exchange Charitable funders play a vital role in supporting charities and good causes, particularly at a local level,...

Sprinting, spinning and spandex in the name of charity

QualitySolicitors Parkinson Wright partner Zahra Manji, who is usually Worcester-based, took to the track recently for the Hackney Half-Marathon to raise vital funds for...

Charity-funded echo machine helps tiny tickers

Children requiring life-saving heart scans are now able to receive their care closer to home thanks to a new heart scanner funded by the Rotherham...

£2million boost will help London’s flying medics deliver their world-class care

London’s Air Ambulance Charity has announced it has received £250k from the HELP Appeal, the only charity in the country dedicated to funding hospital...

Celebrities share private family photos and memories of loved ones affected by dementia

Six high-profile celebrities including Vicky McClure, Rhod Gilbert and Sir Tony Robinson are supporting Alzheimer’s Society’s Memory Walks in September and October to raise...

Dive into a new challenge with Swimming Down Dementia

One of the UK's leading dementia research charities is calling on people to make a splash for science by signing up for a new...

7-year-old raises funds for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices with special activity day

Thanks to a very special birthday girl, Lilah, families who are supported by children’s hospice charity Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, were treated to a...
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