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Data of hundreds of RNIB customers might have been stolen by hackers, charity says

Data of hundreds of RNIB customers might have been stolen by hackers, charity says

The sight-loss charity says hackers accessed payment card details belonging to as many as 817 customers of its online shop

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Digital festive round-up: Save the Children partners with the treasure hunt app Snatch

Digital festive round-up: Save the Children partners with the treasure hunt app Snatch

Plus: The Stroke Association overhauls its digital offering and the RSPCA tugs on the public's heart strings

Watch: Christian Aid's sprouts help deliver Christmas waste message

Watch: Christian Aid's sprouts help deliver Christmas waste message

The charity releases stop-motion film to highlight the overspending on food in Britain

Lords digital advice is out of date, says chief of Small Charities Coalition

Lords digital advice is out of date, says chief of Small Charities Coalition

At the Navca annual conference, Mandy Johnson says just telling charities to set up web pages does not help them to become digital organisations

Sir Stuart Etherington calls for a new regulator for not-for-profit organisations

Sir Stuart Etherington calls for a new regulator for not-for-profit organisations

It is one of many ideas put forward by the chief executive of the NCVO in a document he has produced in a personal capacity

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Christmas... a time for giving and charity TV ads

Christmas... a time for giving and charity TV ads

Charities are spending increasing amounts on TV adverts over the festive period. Stuart Derrick reports.

Breaking down the PR silo

Breaking down the PR silo

Far from being 'faceless', the PR team should be fully integrated into the work of a charity, writes Lorna Harris

'Chairs are a catalyst either for good or ill'

'Chairs are a catalyst either for good or ill'

Four years after the Association of Chairs was launched, executive director Ros Oakley believes the organisation has filled a long-standing niche in sector representation

Action for Children launches its first VR campaign

Action for Children launches its first VR campaign

The Spare Room highlights the importance of foster carers and seeks to change attitudes towards fostering

Campaigning: dying, or just evolving?

Campaigning: dying, or just evolving?

Some believe that charities have lost their campaigning zeal in the shadow of the lobbying act, but that isn't the universal view of the sector. John Plummer reports

Cyberattacks on the rise: how charities can protect themselves

Cyberattacks on the rise: how charities can protect themselves

Charities must be more proactive in combating and preventing cyberattack risks, argues David Kearney, relationship director specialising in the charity sector at Lloyds Bank