Author: Joe Lepper
The money has been handed out through the National Lottery’s Digital Fund to boost online and digital support for those affected by bereavement.
The Statisticians for Society project links aims to help around 50 small to medium sized charities a year to improve their analysis and presentation of data.
The Prince's Alice Hospice fun run has been made the subject of a case study of excellence on JustGiving’s website.
Research by The Fawcett Society found widespread continuing inequality in positions of power across UK society.
Microsoft is to end technical support for Windows 7 from January 14, leaving charities still using the system at risk of security breaches.
The campaign by the games industry follows advice to parents from the charity NSPCC about the importance of controls to prevent online harm among children.
The regulator has released draft guidance urging charities to ensure they comply with legislation around the electronic storage of data such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The Chartered Insitutute of Internal Auditors wants to help charities better manage risk though the downloadable code, which is also being promoted on social media.
The Charity Excellence Framework has carried out a series of upgrades aimed at helping small charities improve their organisation.
The Access Group is following its support for DEBRA last year with a commitment to supporting the National Deaf Children’s Society in 2020.