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Social Media Changing How Companies Engage with Consumers and NFPs

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 23rd August 2012 -  A UK report looks at how social media is being used by activists and Not for Profits to develop crisis campaigns and how companies are using the same tools to fight back. Communications,

Australian Charity Regulator Looks At UK Experience

Staff Reporter, Friday, 20th July 2012 -  Two new UK reports into regulation and public trust in charities is offering timely insights and comparisons for Australia’s new charity regulator, according to newly appointed…

Bringing Social Impact Bonds to the US?

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 28th June 2012 -  While there’s been early interest in Social Impact Bonds across the US, the country is still a long way from launching a full scheme, according to an extensive analysis by global…

Dalai Lama Donates $1 million Prize to Charity

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 16th May 2012 - 
The Dalai Lama with the young members of the Cathedral choir during the 2012 Templeton Prize ceremoney in London.
Photo: Tenzin Taklha, OHHDL.
Tibet’s spiritual leader, the…

What UK Donors Expect from their Charities

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 26th April 2012 - 
Flickr image:  Some rights reserved by Images_of_Money UK donors are most likely to be put off giving to charity by concerns about a charity’s expenditure…

More UK Charities Consider Mergers in “Perfect Storm” to Survive

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 17th April 2012 -  In the UK, one fifth of charities are now considering merger as a means of survival, almost double the previous year’s figure, according to new research. The fifth Managing…
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