Tuesday, 16 July 2019

New Giveacar manager, Janis Furneaux, sets sights on £3m donations

The Fulham-based not-for-profit scheme, Giveacar, has appointed a new general manager, Janis Furneaux. Janis has a marketing background and aims to use her experience...

Young refugee photographers have their winning photos served up

Three brilliant shots, taken by young citizen journalists in refugee camps and villages have won the first-ever WFP Storytellers Innovation Award at Pink Lady® Food Photographer...

iRaiser sign Fundraising Regulator’s Code of Fundraising Practice

iRaiser, Europe's leading fundraising software company for non-profits, has signed the Fundraising Regulators Code of Fundraising Practice. In doing so it has become the...

Protecting field workers during emergency response programmes

Humanitarian field workers put themselves at risk every day, whether it's delivering aid in the aftermath of a natural disaster, peacebuilding in post-conflict countries...

Inciner8 backs knife crime charity by transforming weapons into gyms

Merseyside-based waste management firm, Inciner8, is continuing its work with national knife crime-fighting charity, Steel Warriors, by taking knives off UK streets and recycling...

Jolly Good Comms: Why sadly not all charities were created equal

Jo Barr is director of Jolly Good Communications, a social enterprise providing a full range of communications and public relations services to charities, social...

Startup helps Age UK unlock £23,000 extra per month – for free

Vintage and antique buyers, Vintage Cash Cow for Charities, have partnered with charity Age UK in a move that unlocks new revenue streams for...

Charity specialist media agency MC&C Media rebrands to The Kite Factory

MC&C Media, the independent media agency that specialises in charity advertising campaigns, has changed its name to The Kite Factory as it marks the...

Birmingham Law Firm raise money for the Child Brain Injury Trust

A Birmingham based Law Firm has been active over the past few months in raising money for national charity The Child Brain Injury Trust. The...

The eye-opening autobiography of Tom Bell, written with David Walker

When media mogul Rupert Murdoch wanted to revolutionise Britain's national newspaper industry, he turned to the indefatigable Tom Bell. The infamous Wapping Dispute of the...

Youth Charity CEO Appointed Youngest Royal Representative

A young Greater Manchester charity founder has been appointed, with the Queen’s agreement, Deputy Lieutenant of Greater Manchester. Saeed Atcha, 22, from Bolton, became the...

Great Ormond Street Hospital celebrates completion of The Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children

Great Ormond Street Hospital and UCL were delighted to welcome His Highness Sheikh Theyab bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan visiting from Abu Dhabi...

Raising charity lotteries jackpot to £1million is a ‘win-win’ for good causes, says MP

MP Priti Patel has called for the speedy abolition of outdated laws which restrict vital fund-raising for hundreds of charity lotteries – including an...

Dogs Trust celebrates rescue dogs and their owners ahead of one of its busiest times of the year

Dogs Trust, the UK’s largest dog welfare charity, has launched a series of mini-films celebrating rescue dog ownership to encourage people wanting to welcome...

Children at risk from flooding and landslides as monsoon rains continue

Thousands of children and families living in the Rohingya refugee camps and host communities in Cox’s Bazar in south-eastern Bangladesh are at risk from...
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