Another Earthquake Rocks Mexico

Another Earthquake Rocks Mexico

Less than two weeks after the last earthquake, rescuers are scrambling to save survivors trapped in the rubble.
Harrowing Journeys, Bright Futures

Harrowing Journeys, Bright Futures

Using education to prevent the exploitation of children on the move
As Caribbean Nations Struggle to Re...

As Caribbean Nations Struggle to Rebuild, Hurricane Maria Strikes

Already reeling from Hurricane Irma, the Caribbean faces a new threat.
For the Undocumented, an End to DAC...

For the Undocumented, an End to DACA Can Mean a Dream Denied

"I have hope that I'll be able to graduate from college, work and live the life everyone else gets to live ? without fearing deportation."
Facing the Threat of Deportation, a...

Facing the Threat of Deportation, a Dreamer Speaks Out About DACA

The end of DACA could derail Cinthia Cantú's ambitious plans to serve her community and adopted homeland.
150,000 Rohingya Children in Bangla...

150,000 Rohingya Children in Bangladesh to Be Vaccinated Amid Threat of Disease Outbreak

Rohinghya, Myanmar, Bangladesh

Third Sector

We haven't been hacked, says Fundra...

We haven't been hacked, says Fundraising Regulator

The watchdog says its databases have not been broken into by scammers, after reports came in that a number of charities received invoices purporting to come from the regulator
The Colostomy Association becomes C...

The Colostomy Association becomes Colostomy UK

The charity says its old name did not reflect its wide range of activities
Scottish fundraising panel has had ...

Scottish fundraising panel has had no complaints to investigate

Alison Elliot, the panel's chair, says the lack of complaints seems to show that people are more content with fundraising practices in Scotland than those south of the border
Jobs at risk at Combat Stress as it...

Jobs at risk at Combat Stress as it bids to become more sustainable

About 13 per cent of the charity's 300-strong workforce will either lose their jobs or have their roles changed under plans to save £1.6m a year
Facebook explains decision to ban c...

Facebook explains decision to ban charity's advertisements

The internet giant says the adverts, featuring beneficiaries of Flying Scholarships for Disabled People, appeared to be targeted based on 'sensitive personal attributes'
Commercial fundraising organisation...

Commercial fundraising organisations are now able to register with the Fundraising Regulator

They will pay between £150 and £15,000 a year for registration, depending on their income

Charity Insight

London?s charities have little fait...

London?s charities have little faith in Work Programme, finds report

Lack of voluntary and community sector (VCS) involvement in the Work Programme has the potential to worsen rather than improve employment inequalities in the Capital, according to the London Voluntary Service Council (LVCS).
Online research community launched

Online research community launched

A ?one-stop knowledge resource? has been launched by the Third Sector Research Centre.
Company payroll giving success reco...

Company payroll giving success recognised

Whitbread has been recognised for its fundraising efforts at the 2011 National Payroll Giving Excellence Awards.
The database: statistics/finance/fu...

The database: statistics/finance/fundraising - August

Work needs to be done to encourage more people from deprived areas to participate in civic activity, figures from the Third Sector Research Centre have indicated.
The database: giving trends -- Augu...

The database: giving trends -- August

Every month, CharityInsight, in partnership with The iD Factor, conducts exclusive research into the giving habits of the general public.
The database: online giving trends ...

The database: online giving trends - August

Donating online is reputed to be increasing in popularity, but do statistics support this? CharityInsight, in partnership with Blackbaud, tracks the value of the average online gift.
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