Through this innovative campaign, the company hopes to donate £500,000 to re-homing centres by making a donation for every single item purchased from the Pedigree range between 1 January and 31 March 2008.
If you took the time to read the national newspapers during your long and hard-earned seasonal break, it would surely not have escaped your attention that the UK economy (and the rest of the world for that matter) is on the brink of meltdown. The so-called credit crunch, falling house prices and stock markets all lead to predictions that large numbers of us will be on skid row in 2008.
Amazon.co.uk's new range of widgets for its associate websites make promoting and selling books even easier than before. Having signed up as an associate, you can choose from a range of widgets, which themselves offer a choice of sizes, colours and animations.
Associates earn up to 10% on sales generated by links like these.
While email is an essential tool for fundraisers, we still rely on printed direct mail to source and communicate with many donors. Yet direct mail can be expensive, and postage costs are going up next year.
Congratulations to Betty Reed, 81, from Brighton for 40 years of local fundraising. She received the Royal British Legion's gold award for service in recognition of her 40 years of voluntary support for the appeal.
Her husband, Peter Reed, a disabled ex-serviceman, died 38 years ago. Since then, she has been supported by the charity.
Virtual Promise 2007 - the de facto annual guide to charities use of and attitudes to the Internet - was released on the 13th of this month and in its first 5 days has already attracted a fabulous 250 responses! That's closing in on the 295 charities who completed the questionnaire for 2006, and there are