Brand awareness is a crucial asset for any charity to look after and grow, but raising your brand awareness in this day and age is hard.
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Parliamentary campaign emails allow charities to harness the power of constituents to gain valuable support from MPs, but crowded inboxes make it difficult to make an impression.
There's no doubt the last few weeks have been a torrid time for the charity sector. Joe Saxton explores how it happened, why it happened and, more importantly, what we can do about it.
Charities often learn some great lessons from private industry, but have they missed a trick by leaving out technology? Anna Chistyakova thinks so and is challenging charities to draw her in.
I have recently found myself thinking that I have become more data sensitive. I pay attention to how many Twitter followers or LinkedIn connections I have and I track my health stats with new apps and devices to become a better runner. I compare different people’s opinions on sites like TripAdvisor and Quora to find the answer I’m looking for.
With countless negative stories and shouts of crisis, fundraising has some serious recovery steps to take. Rob White & a few nfpSynergy members of staff take a look at what those might be.
It’s been a tough few months for fundraising.
The complaints have rolled in. The media stories have been rolled out. Heads haven’t quite rolled, but people like William Shawcross have, quite justifiably, argued that the sector is in crisis.
When someone mentions ‘pester power’, the first thing that springs to mind is likely to be children hassling their parents for junk food or the latest toy or smartphone. You probably won’t think first of the positive role which children and young people might have on the adults in their lives.
After some tough times in the media for fundraising recently, Joe Saxton looks what we can learn and how to make sure it doesn't happen again.
The Conservative government has announced plans for a substantial increase to Right to Buy, but Simon Ruse has concerns that the short term benefit will have serious consequences for future generations.
The government confirmed in the Queen’s Speech its plans for the extension of the Right to Buy scheme to 1.3 million housing association tenants to increase home ownership. The plans would result in tenants being able to buy their property at a discount of up to £104,000, a huge increase on the existing discount of up to £16,000.
Our new volunteering data is in, so nfpSynergy researcher Amina Ali explores why some people are unable to volunteer and how charities can help solve the problem.