The lives of donors are changing. Are charities keeping up?
The general public, the sector's donors, are changing. Society is ageing, living longer, using the internet on mobiles and ordering 87,000 different types of coffee.
Get all the slides from Joe Saxton's recent presentation to the Institute of Fundraising Technology Conference.
Talk to MPs early and often in election run-up, new report urges charities
Nine campaign tactics for charities to consider before a General Election
We have combed through the comments we received from MPs in this year’s Charity Parliamentary Monitor to get a sense of which campaigning tactics used by charities are the most effective.
A Healthy Audience: does the number of people who have a medical condition or a disability dictate the size of charities that support them?
This report asks: does the number of people who have a medical condition or a disability dictate the size of charities that support them?
A short briefing on corporate gift aid
Corporate Gift Aid was reformed in the year 2000 to provide a tax benefit for the company making the donation. Prior to this, charities had been able to reclaim Gift Aid on donations made by companies.
Global Digital Fundraising - a world of opportunity
Global communication has created possibilities and connections, but also some problems. It has, however, opened up new opportunities for non-profits everywhere to engage with their communities and key audiences.
The Big Debate - what do you think about the No Make-up Selfie?
After the No Make-up Selfie flooded social media, the reaction was mi