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.
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.
This week's blog dives into the world of sport. Ian Scott, of Sports, Insight and Strategy, explains which sports we Brits think we're best at and dives into the factors which affect how people gauge sporting success.
Our new report with the People's Post Code Lottery highlights how fundraising limits restrict charity lotteries, and ultimately means smaller charities lose out on funding. It also explores attitudes to charity lottery limits among MPs and the public.