January 12, 2022

Scott Kelley: Why convincing the state to increase its charity spend requires a new mindset

State spending has risen significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, yet despite the vital role charities are playing in helping to close many of the public service […]
December 8, 2021

Nonprofit income is recovering, but pandemic takes its toll on sector workforce, survey reveals

Charitable income is on the rise as nonprofits continue to adapt and innovate to overcome the challenges of the global pandemic, according to a new report released today […]
December 8, 2021

‘Perfect storm’ sees 3 in 4 UK charity leaders fearing staff burnout

A new study for the Law Family Commission on Civil Society has found that three-quarters of charity leaders in the UK are worried that staff are […]
December 8, 2021

Snapshot of pandemic’s impact on giving in Italy revealed in report

A detailed snapshot of giving in Italy during 2020 has been released, in the fourth edition of the We Donate report from Italian Institute of Donation […]
May 12, 2021

Preliminary figures suggest Swedish charities fared better than expected in pandemic year

Thanks to public giving, revenue losses for last year among Swedish charities look likely to be less severe than anticipated, a report has shown. For its […]
May 12, 2021

Roger Lawson: Why reading the room is essential for great supporter loyalty

Supporter loyalty is vital for fundraising organisations that rely on individual giving. Roger Lawson, founding director of About Loyalty, explains why nonprofits need to monitor changes in […]