Access to thirdsector.co.uk
Thirdsector.co.uk offers you high quality, up-to-the-minute news about charities and the voluntary sector, coupled with lively comment, the best analysis and good practice articles and a searchable archive going back to 2002.
- If you are not a registered user of thirdsector.co.uk, you can open two articles a month. It can be any kind of article – news, analysis, or good practice.
- If you register, you can open ten articles a month. You can also sign up to receive email news bulletins and comment on articles.
- Registration involves giving your email address, job title, and details of the organisation you work for. If you would like to register, click here.
- To open as many articles as you want, you need to subscribe. For £63 a year by direct debit, which works out at the price of a loaf of bread per week, charity employees can get full access to the website; for £85 a year they can get full access to the website and receive a weekly copy of Third Sector magazine as well.
- Institute of Fundraising, CFG or Acevo members have access to the website with their membership. They need to activate their accounts on the site in order to be able to sign in. Visit the Institute of Fundraising member registration page, the CFDG member registration page or the Acevo member registration page. You will be asked for your email address and your membership number. If you do not have your membership number then you should contact the relevant organisation to obtain it.
- For other queries about the website, contact Gemma Quainton, online editor, email@example.com, tel: 020 8267 4831.
- See also our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Latest jobs Jobs web feed
- Corporate Fundraising Account Manager NCT £27,000 (£33,750 FTE), W36NH, West London
- Corporate Partnerships Executive CORAM £20,000 - £24,000 per annum inc. LW, London WC1N
- Senior Supporter Development Manager ActionAid £44,320 - £47,448pa, Central London
- Development Director Selwyn College Circa £56k- £65k , Cambridge
- Director of Fundraising (maternity cover) Help the Hospices circa £70,000, Kings Cross, London
- Comic Relief invested millions in companies contrary to its mission, TV report alleges
- Save the Children 'avoided criticising corporate donors', former head of news alleges
- Capping charity chiefs' pay would do 'irreparable damage' to the sector, evidence to MPs' inquiry says
- Analysis: Fat cats? The bigger picture of senior salaries
- Big society in need of a 'radical review', says think tank
- New £11.5m fund will develop social investment in the north east of England
- Date: Wed 29 Jan 2014 - Thu 30 Jan 2014
- Venue: Birmingham
- Date: Wed 26 Feb 2014 - Wed 26 Feb 2014
- Venue: Tower Hill
- Date: Thu 6 Mar 2014 - Thu 6 Mar 2014
- Venue: King's House Conference Centre, Manchester M1 7HB
Third Sector Insight
Predicting Future Donor Behaviour to Maximise Funds (Document)
The majority of traditional charity donors are ...
A Digital Face-to-Face Revolution (Document)
Face-to-face fundraising is without doubt the m...
UK Corporate Citizenship In The 21st Century (Document)
This expert report asks 'What role should ...