British men are failing to close the gender generosity gap as they continue to lag behind women in volunteering, donating and sponsoring, new research by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) shows
Local Cancer Intelligence (NI) takes cancer data from various sources to show the changing cancer picture in Northern Ireland - launched by Macmillan Cancer Support
This infographic from charity consultancy HB Digital outlines five ways that you can build a bigger online audience for your charity.
Homeless World Cup, the charity that helps homeless people through football, is to roll out a new website that is translatable into different languages to extend its reach across the globe.
Organisations remain unprepared and without a formal plan to respond to cyber security incidents, according to the annual Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) announced by NTT Com Security.
A provider of donation processing systems for the not-for-profit sector has been acquired by its management team from private equity firm Livingbridge.
New figures released by DONATE have revealed that more charities are turning to phone payments than ever before.
Western Union joins NGO network to provide money transfers in difficult areas
A team of contactless 'payment-enabled dogs' is set to become the world’s first canine fundraisers as they lend a paw to raise money for sick and homeless Blue Cross pets.
A new grants strategy with streamlined processes is launched by Comic Relief, which includes a plan to use tech to help drive positive social change
Queen's Speech sees a bill created to make it easier for small charities to claim gift aid
Rollout of wide area network (WAN) for RNLI's 237 stations initiated: KCOM called in to supply the comms infrastructure
Celebrities are marking the start of a Scottish fashion designer’s new campaign in support of a cancer charity by posting selfies with blue tongues on social media.
A new webinar series has been launched to help charities salvage their reputation with successful legacy fundraising campaigns.
Contactless payment terminals have been placed in cafes and restaurants in London and Oxfordshire to enable consumers to make a spontaneous donation to charity.