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- Chapel & York has launched a free emergency membership, giving charities the opportunity to access international funding and secure tax benefits for donors. Grant funding is also […]
- Finland’s new Fundraising Act came into force on 1 March, making it easier for charities to raise funds. Pia Tornikoski, secretary general of the Finnish Fundraising […]
- Donations received via crowdfunding continued to fall in France during 2019, the annual crowdfunding barometer from Participative Financing France and Mazars has shown. The overall amount collected […]
- New research published today finds that 24% of Italians online (an estimated 10-12 million people) have donated to a COVID-19 related cause and a further 35% […]
- The Republic of Ireland’s inhabitants are the most likely to help the homeless, with the vast majority participating in a charitable or social action in the […]
- People in Sweden are happy to contribute to society with a clear preference for causes close to them, Giva Sverige’s annual report into public attitudes towards […]
- Legacy giving is on the increase in Belgium, according to figures from the legacy barometer 2018, conducted by HOGENT and testament.be. The barometer surveyed 121 Belgian […]
- Charities and sector bodies across the UK have united to call on government to deliver a package of support for the sector, warning that without an […]
- Fundraisers across the world are invited to join a virtual summit, which takes place on Thursday 02 April 2020, aiming to support the charity sector in […]
- Just one in five small charities in the UK say they can currently provide normal services as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, while half have […]