Amnesty's refusal to call for a boycott of the Genocide Olympics calls into question its ability to campaign effectively for human rights in Darfur.
Such was the defence from Andrew Cates, Chief Executive of SOS Children's Villages, who to their credit have just celebrated a 'landmark year for fundraising' without the typical (over) reliance on di
Richard Hick, Head of Legacy at Great Ormond Street Hospital, has shared a fascinating example of a full page legacy advert from 1856.
My son Sam is currently travelling in Sri Lanka with his girlfriend, and suddenly that balmy island, where tea used to come from, appears a death trap as I scan the media anxious for news of anything
Firstly, apologies to all for the tardiness of my posting on here – I have many excuses, but none that are any good so I’m not going to bother making any.
Every now and again, when I am researching local wealthy/well-connected people, I look at local authority members interests. Sometimes local councillors are wealthy and well connected people.
Futurologists tell us it is harder to predict the future than we think.
ActionAid has linked up with Café Direct and Divine Chocolate to launch a fundraising initiative called “24 Hour Tea and Coffee Break”.
Larry Brilliant, the head of Google's $2 billion foundation, is interviewed in today's Guardian.
That was the headline on the Metro, a London free newspaper last week. It brings tears to your eyes to think that the ask for a regular contribution from a charity could achieve so much.
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