Tag: social media
The charity has seen an increase of online support and donations following criticism in two national newspapers over the weekend over its overseas spending to prevent drowning globally.
TV presenters such as Gary Lineker and Rachel Riley, as well as politicians such as London Mayor Sadiq Khan back the Centre for Countering Digital Hate’s report on effectively tackling online trolling.
We've put together a master list of the great new ways charities can drive donations with digital.
Social media is among major factors in mental ill-health among young people, who are increasingly turning to online support services for help, says the charity Young Minds.
A survey of social media users found that young people are among the most at risk from poor mental health caused by comparing themselves with others online.
Glasgow based agency Perceptive Communicators is offering pro-bono support for the charity sector.
Cranstoun is using Twitter to detail milestones in its 50 year history of supporting people with a range of help, including addiction services and tackling domestic abuse.
Our latest webinar in collaboration with social media gurus Lightful shows charities how they can boost their impact through digital communities.
We take a look at some of the more niche social media platforms with huge potential for charities, beyond the obvious Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Halfway through 2019, we highlight some of the most innovative and creative charity digital campaigns of the year.