In the third year of the crisis, the military stalemate and diplomatic deadlock that Syria suffers from has rendered humanitarian aid efforts even more critical. At the same time, it has created some unique challenges for overseas aid.
Charities still fourth most trusted UK insitutionScouts and Guides now second behind Armed Forces“Charities need to capitalise on their high levels of trust. It’s time the sector abandoned its laissez-faire approach and started tackling some issues head on.
In the words of an article in this week’s Independent, the ‘British public are wrong about nearly everything’. The article was prompted by the results of research carried out by the Royal Statistical Society and King’s College London, which demonstrates the yawning gap between public opinion and fact.
Patterns of adult charity awareness and engagement formed over teenage years, new research shows"Some charities may spend the next 20 years trying to catch up with the brand awareness and levels of support being formed with others at school.
nfpSynergy report calls for charities and grant-makers to set up joint code of good practice and forum for developing intelligent funding"The current approach is ignoring the substantial benefits and cost-savings which we believe could go to both charities and grant-makers.
Money in account – check; credit card in front of me – check; computer up and running – check; internet connection working – check; relevant website on my browser – check. I think I’m ready to make a couple of dozen online donations to a couple of dozen different charities.