Tag: social media
For the second year running the charity sector is taking part in a campaign to tackle online negativity and promote stories of inspiration.
The charity Prior’s Court is using social media to help promote a song recorded by a group of young people with autism.
Time to Talk Day is organised by the charity Time To change to encourage discussions about mental health.
Improving social media promotion is among activities creative agencies Aire and Powerhouse are to carry out for free for Leeds based St George’s Crypt.
The #fundnotfail campaign, launched by the palliative care charity Together for Short Lives in the summer, included a strong social media focus to convince the government to boost funding for children’s hospices.
The award scheme is now in its sixth year and pays tribute to the charity sector’s most social media savvy and digitally aware CEOs.
Voluntary sector bodies come together to create the first #YouMadeItHappen, to highlight the difference donations and volunteers make to charities’ work.
Children 1st campaign includes online and social media promotion as well as TV advertising.
Around £560m in Gift Aid is unclaimed due to poor awareness among the public.
Cybertill report finds that too many charity shops are ignoring the increasing importance of Instagram to attract young shoppers, volunteers and donors.