David Ainsworth visited Brixton Prison to eat at the Clink Charity’s restaurant and ﬁnd out what has made it so successful.
Contactless payment technology means donating to charity can be quick and easy. Graham White explains how Cancer Research UK is also making it engaging.
Sometimes new ideas fail, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't be innovative. Charities Aid Foundation's James Moon looks at how we can learn from failure.
In the last six years, Battersea has undergone a transformation in its fundraising, and in its governance of fundraising. Fundraising director Liz Tait recalls the journey.
Animal Free Research UK co-chief executive Emma Wrafter explains how pooling resources with other charities has boosted awareness and income.
Ten organisations were honoured with awards in ten categories covering all types of charitable activity in the UK on the night, with The Clink Charity, winner of the education and training category, being chosen as the Overall Winner.
Lynne Berry, chair of Breast Cancer Now and former chief executive of the Royal Voluntary Service, has won the Daniel Phelan Award for Outstanding Achievement at the Charity Awards.
Charities are being asked to measure their impact, but the idea is being met with resistance. David Ainsworth looks into why.
Children’s charity KIDS recently joined the British Quality Foundation, the membership organisation that promotes organisational excellence and performance improvement. Chief executive Caroline Stevens explains why.
A global technology project driven by the chair of RNIB means that millions of blind people worldwide could soon have affordable access to the internet.