May 11, 2022

Charitable giving surges in Finland, accelerated by Ukraine war

Finns have significantly increased their charitable giving since 2020, digging deep to support those impacted by the war in Ukraine, to fund humanitarian aid and emergency […]
April 27, 2022

Ukrainian nonprofits express need for support & partnerships as war drives expansion of services

The majority of charities and foundations in Ukraine have continued to support their usual beneficiaries whilst also helping those impacted by the war, resulting in a […]
April 22, 2022

Ethical policies are needed for charity case studies and images, says Rogare

Charities should routinely have ethical policies in place for how they collect and tell stories of their services users in fundraising and marketing materials, just as […]
April 13, 2022

Fundraising appeals led by those they intend to help can be most effective

Fundraising appeals led by the people they intend to help could raise more money and be more effective than those created by the charity itself, research […]
April 13, 2022

European countries among highest scorers for philanthropic environment but hurdles remain

While the global philanthropic environment is becoming slightly more favourable on the whole and European nations are among the highest scorers, many countries are battling shrinking […]
April 13, 2022

Think tank identifies five pillars of trust-based philanthropy

The Maecenata Foundation – a think tank specialising in civil society, philanthropy and the civic space – has released a new report exploring trust in philanthropy at […]