The One Percent Difference campaign, which aims to increase the level of charitable giving in Ireland, today kicked off its advertising programme with a series of radio advertisements.
John Nickson, former head of fundraising at the British Council, English National Opera, The Royal Academy of Arts and the Tate, has published a new book that looks at what can be done to encourage
The National Giving Campaign in Ireland, which has been rebranded as the One Percent Difference Campaign, has extended its deadline for charities to be included on its website to 27 May 2013.
Software and services firm Blackbaud and consultancies Xtraordinary Fundraising and Stratcomare are advising charities to adopt a multi-channel approach to their fundraising in order to address the
Northern Ireland’s top business leaders have been urged to speak out about their charitable activities to help persuade others to follow their lead.
Research by Fundraising Ireland has identified which charities and causes in the Republic of Ireland are most favoured by the public.
A ‘Northern Ireland Philanthropy Fortnight' will be held next month, running from 8 to 19 April.
The Institute of Fundraising, the national professional membership body for fundraisers, is 30 years old today.
How do you measure and compare philanthropy in different countries, given their different economies, GDP's, cultures and attitudes to charitable giving?
Northern Ireland cancer charity Action Cancer achieved a 12% increase in income between 2011 and 2012, according to its latest annual accounts.
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