What will world the world look like for charities 20 years from now? Joe Saxton shares some of his predictions for how the third sector might grow and change - for better or for worse - in the years to come.
Many charities launch some of their most touching campaigns to coincide with Christmas. But in an age where billion-pound corporates also seek to capitalize on seasonal sentimentality with their own emotive ads, do charity appeals seem saccharine?
A look back at our Past Imperfect free report: What can key statistics tell us about the impact of charities on their causes over the last few decades and how can charities build a strategy around this.
In our latest blog, Joe Saxton takes a look into some of the reasons why looking at impact may not be the best course of action when it comes to charities assessing their effectiveness and how donors give their money.
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With limited budget and resources, knowing your audiences is key to targeting them in the most efficient way. In this week's blog, Debbie takes a closer look at the gender composition of the UK charity supporters and explores the different ways men and women engage with charities.
This week's guest blog is written by Malcolm John the Chair of the Young Harrow Foundation. Malcolm looks into the apparent lack of diversity of charity among charity trustees, highlighting barriers to diversity and suggesting ways to promote inclusiveness.
Peter Gilheany of Forster Communications reflects on the recent success of Extinction Rebellion, and explores what exactly movements are and, crucially, whether campaigning charities can - or even should - hope to start one.
In this weeks blog Joe Saxton looks into why there's so much conflicting research about giving trends. It highlights the market research challenges in measuring giving from our new free report that looks at this issue in-depth and unpacks how some surveys can claim that Millennials give the most to charities whilst others claim its Baby Boomers.
Understanding who gives, and why they give, helps charities to monitor giving levels and predict future income streams. However, establishing who donates to charity and how much is a contentious topic.
The last 5-10 years has seen a significant decline in the popularity of children's charities across the UK. This report reveals the declining levels of voluntary income experienced by these charities along with a slide in awareness and attitudes amongst the public and politicians alike.
With the popularity of children's charities in worrying decline, our guest blog this week takes a look into the branding history of four of the biggest children's charities in the UK. What can be learnt from these charities and are there any solutions to the challenges facing children's charities?