Gemma Quainton

Change makers: WWF-UK

Change makers: WWF-UK

The charity's first legacy campaign brought wills to the forefront

Interview: Roger Harding

Interview: Roger Harding

The director of communications, policy and campaigns at Shelter says he is working on the charity's emergency Christmas appeal

Site Visit: Sense International

Site Visit: Sense International

The charity, which supports deafblind people in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Tanzania, Peru, Romania and Uganda, revamped its site to make it more engaging for visitors

Analysis: charity communications - print or digital?

Analysis: charity communications - print or digital?

A new report says supporters should be provided with the information they want in the format they want it

Don't abandon print magazines just yet, charities warned

Don't abandon print magazines just yet, charities warned

Report shows it's vital for voluntary organisations to consult supporters about how they want to receive information, says Vicky Browning of CharityComms

Interview: John Lehal

Interview: John Lehal

The managing director of Insight Public Affairs says charities came up with a coherent message to oppose the lobbying bill

Annual report: Anthony Nolan

Annual report: Anthony Nolan

The blood cancer charity's latest report is designed to look like a donor card

Change makers: Motor Neurone Disease Association

Change makers: Motor Neurone Disease Association

John's Journey, launched by the charity in 2005, was the first of the diary-style sector campaigns

Interview: Libby Leffler

Interview: Libby Leffler

The partner manager at Facebook says charities can promote themselves to an audience that's engaged

Annual report: Acorns Children's Hospice

Annual report: Acorns Children's Hospice

The charity's impact report was promoted on social media so supporters could read it