Author: Joe Lepper
The Oasis Partnership is among a number of charities successfully using celebrity auctions online to raise funds.
The Virtue Reality game is available as an app and has been developed by Islamic Relief UK alongside Ultimatum Games.
The CareerTech Challenge has been launched by the Department for Education and Nesta to ensure workers are equipped for future employment.
Acorns Children’s Hospice has created the virtual tour to help families as well as donors better understand the support it offers.
This year’s annual event offers charities a raft of ways to help the sector protect themselves from criminals including the risks of cyber crime.
Digital fundraiser DontSendMeACard.com is offering donors the chance to schedule their giving through ecards all year round as well as monitor the environmental savings they are making.
Battersea wants the public to focus more on the personality of rescue dogs in online searches rather than their specific breed.
The charity’s digital fundraising efforts have been bolstered with the addition of virtual gifts offering support to women and their children in areas of deprivation across the world.
Unseen is combining social media and outdoor advertising to raise awareness of its support for the UK’s hidden victims of slavery.
The Department for Education report says social media use is not directly harming children’s mental health, however it shines a light on associated risks such as online bullying and lack of sleep.