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Fundraising Bulletin 14th December 2019
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IoF launches confidential sexual harassment helpline
IoF launches confidential sexual harassment helpline
The new service will enable people to report harassment by an IoF member or that took place at an IoF event
 
Fundraising News
 
1 Grant-maker the Thomas Cook Children's Charity to close
 
2 Poppy Appeal raised £780k from contactless donations this year
 
3 WWF-UK launches digital subscription service
 
4 Controversial telecoms firm Huawei donates £100,000 to Childline
 
5 Action for Children opens 'Secret Santa' pop-up store
 
6 Lloyds Bank Foundation offers grants for core costs of up to £100,000
 
7 WaterAid launches '360-degree digital experience' to help raise £2m
 
8 RNIB Group has made nearly 500 redundant in past two years as it rebalances the books
 
9 Disability charity criticised for appointing chief executive who praised Ukip
 
10 Salvation Army appeals for help after baby Jesus is stolen
 
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How to claim Gift Aid and who is eligible Partner Content: Presented By Markel From small one-off cash contributions to a sizeable sum from a wealthy donor, the ability to claim back an additional 25% on donations through Gift Aid offers charities the chance to make philanthropy go further How to claim Gift Aid and who is eligible
 
Opinion
Ian MacQuillin: What exactly is 'authentic' fundraising?
Ian MacQuillin: What exactly is 'authentic' fundraising?
Without a clear definition of what makes fundraising authentic, the sector risks becoming obsessed with another meaningless buzzword
 
Zoe Amar: What we can learn from the next generation of charity leaders A new generation of charity leaders are operating in very different ways from their predecessors, reflecting the changing nature of the sector Zoe Amar: What we can learn from the next generation of charity leaders
 
Martin Edwards: Give your charity a fighting chance in awards season As a seasoned awards judge, I see plenty of organisations repeating the same mistakes - here is a list of things to avoid Martin Edwards: Give your charity a fighting chance in awards season
 
Debra Allcock-Tyler: The new government should not promise what it is incapable of delivering Charities are making great progress in compromising and working together - perhaps politicians could learn from us Debra Allcock-Tyler: The new government should not promise what it is incapable of delivering
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #11: Election special
Third Sector Podcast #11: Election special
In the latest episode, we find out what the three main political parties can offer charities and talk to Lord Hodgson about the lobbying act
 

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