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East Midlands Trains adds donate to charity option on delay repay

Mar 15, 2017 10:59 am
Delayed train journeys can now generate income for charity, thanks to a new initiative from East Midlands Trains. The company has added the option of donating to charity to its Delay Repay scheme. This system, available from other train companies, lets travellers claim compensation for any delays to their journey over 30 minutes. Until now, compensation would be paid to […]

Hope and Homes for Children appoints story gatherer to improve supporter communications

Mar 15, 2017 10:50 am
Hopes and Homes for Children has appointed a dedicated story gatherer to bring its stories to the fore and help it become more audience-focused. Isobel Eaton, previously a BBC TV and radio producer on current affairs programmes including Newsnight, joined Hope and Homes for Children last year following a rebrand that included a new website and visuals, as well as a focus on high […]

Free data analysis offered to two Welsh charities

Mar 15, 2017 09:00 am
DataKind UK, the charity that provides pro bono data support to other charities, is offering to help two charities in Wales with a free data analysis over two days. The charity is working on a project with the Office of National Statistics in Newport. It is running a two-day DataDive, or hack day, in Newport in May 2017 at which a team of […]

Fundraising Regulator launches Have Your Say FPS consultation

Mar 15, 2017 08:38 am
The Fundraising Regulator is now seeking views on the development of the Fundraising Preference Service. The first question in the Have Your Say consultation is open for responses, and asks for feedback on what the service should be called, with consultees asked to choose from the below suggested names: Charity Contact Service Fundraising Preference Service Control Your Communications The Regulator […]

Spoof Katie Hopkins JustGiving appeal raises funds for The Trussell Trust

Mar 15, 2017 08:00 am
A JustGiving page set up, ostensibly in support of Katie Hopkins and to raise the cost of her legal fees from the recent court case with Jack Monroe, has so far raised almost £15,000 for The Trussell Trust. The campaign raised £8,000 in its first 24 hours, and has now raised £14,983 of its £324,000 target, from 1,288 supporters, as […]

Disasters Emergency Committee launches East Africa Crisis Appeal

Mar 15, 2017 12:01 am
With more than 16 million people facing hunger in East Africa, the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) has launched an appeal to enable UK aid agencies to provide more help and support. The joint fundraising appeal will raise funds for DEC member charities which are already operating in South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia. In these countries drought and conflict have left […]

#PiDay – a chance to ask for £3.14

Mar 14, 2017 04:55 pm
Today is Pi Day, an opportunity to use the hashtag #PiDay (which is trending, not surprisingly), and add a fundraising-related message relevant to 3.14. Today is 14th March, and in US date format, 3.14. That’s a rounded up version of mathematical constant pi (π). Every year it’s the subject of puns, witty images, and birthday wishes to Albert Einstein (born […]

Remember A Charity calls on government to tackle two threats to legacy income

Mar 14, 2017 01:34 pm
Remember A Charity is calling on the government to help charities who are facing two “major threats to legacy income”. The consortium of charities that encourage more people to leave a gift to charity in their Will is asking the government: to make charitable Wills exempt from VAT, and to re-examine the recent decision to increase probate fees. The consortium’s request […]

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