Localgiving, the leading support network for UK local charities and community groups, has launched a nationwide search for philanthropists to back its annual match fund campaign, Grow Your Tenner.
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The scheme will run until 30th June 2015 and aims to help local charities from every district across the county get online to raise funds and awareness through digital skills training and access to match funds.
On Friday 20th June, Localgiving.com is holding a free webinar, ‘How to get the most out of online fundraising’ which will answer questions such as how to extend online outreach and how to use fundraising platforms to engage with supporters.
Stephen Mallinson, new Chief Executive at Localgiving.com, said: “Localgiving.com has great vision and I’m excited to be part of this vibrant and forward-thinking organisation. I’m keen to be putting my experience in the technology industry to good use in the third sector."
Localgiving.com is able to use the service to run a campaign which focuses only on the areas in which their charity partners operate, enabling the not-for-profit website to advertise on TV for the first time.
Charity Digital News recently caught up with Marcelle Speller, OBE, Founder and Executive Chairman of Localgiving.com, a non-profit website where small charities and local community groups can use the internet to raise money, awareness and support online.
Localgiving.com, a primary UK website for small, local charities and community groups, has announced the Grow Your Tenner 2013 campaign, which aims to turn £500,000 from the Cabinet Office into over £1 million for grass roots charities across England.
Localgiving.com, the UK’s leading online website for small, local charities and community groups, raised more than GBP10,000 for rural charities in North Yorkshire with its North Yorkshire Match Fund.
Leading online platform for small charities and local community groups, Localgiving.com, and the Peter Sowerby Foundation have revealed a GBP12,000 match fund campaign for rural charities in North Yorkshire.