Author: Joe Lepper
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.
The Association of Charitable Foundations research found that grant makers are increasingly looking at how technology can improve giving.
The film features Sherlock and The Office star Martin Freeman among others and urges people to access a fundraising pack to raise funds to tackle cancer.
The art of story telling is vital if charities want to make the best use of data - here are a few pointers.
Minature figures of wounded veterans are being offered to supporters who donate online, as the charity begins a UK tour of a 40,000 strong art installation.
Charity Fraud Awareness Week brings together security and charity experts to warn of threats such as cyber crime.
Those with arthritis and other musculosketal conditions are being urged to share unedited images to show the reality of living with pain.
The voluntary sector led Safer Social Sector Partnership has made videos, podcasts and online guides available to ensure charities are protecting the public, staff and volunteers.