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Embed technology in services or go to the wall, warns digital expert

Embed technology in services or go to the wall, warns digital expert

Annika Small, head of the Centre for the Acceleration of Social Technology, tells Nesta's FutureFest conference that front-line organisations could go under if not helped to embed digital in their strategies

Corporate partnerships - Lego builds on a creative BookTrust partnership

Corporate partnerships - Lego builds on a creative BookTrust partnership

Following the success of the initiative, the toy manufacturer says it is open to finding new charities to partner with

Young people plan to be biggest Christmas donors

Young people plan to be biggest Christmas donors

A poll for the Charity Commission and the Fundraising Regulator finds that people aged 18 to 24 intend to give £31.29 on average, higher than for any other age group

Google changes rules for AdWord grants scheme

Google changes rules for AdWord grants scheme

The media giant says charities that don't get enough click-throughs could have their accounts closed down

Small Charities Coalition releases first Christmas advert

Small Charities Coalition releases first Christmas advert

The organisation wants to ensure that the work of smaller charities does not go unnoticed over the festive period

Grant-makers 'must use their brains as well as their financial muscle'

Grant-makers 'must use their brains as well as their financial muscle'

A paper from the Lloyds Bank Foundation and the think tank NPC says foundations and trusts should do better in terms of using their influence beyond making grants

Leicester cancer care charities to merge

Leicester cancer care charities to merge

Teenagers and Young Adults with Cancer and the Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group, which both work from Leicester Royal Infirmary, will maintain their own branding

National Children's Bureau to sell its London offices

National Children's Bureau to sell its London offices

The charity says the current location is not fit for purpose, and it will move in the new year as part of a £1m restructure

Scottish regulator investigates architects body

Scottish regulator investigates architects body

The OSCR has opened an inquiry into the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland; the charity says it is unaware of a formal investigation

Total of £15m up for grabs from latest tampon tax fund round

Total of £15m up for grabs from latest tampon tax fund round

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport is inviting applications from women's charities for at least £1m apiece