UNICEF

UNICEF Airlifts Lifesaving Supplies...

UNICEF Airlifts Lifesaving Supplies to Yemen to Combat Cholera as Cases Surpass 200,000

Yemen
Children Continue to Bear the Brunt...

Children Continue to Bear the Brunt of Multiple Emergencies in Sudan

Sudan
Investments in Poor Children Save M...

Investments in Poor Children Save More Lives per Dollar Spent, New UNICEF Study Says

Narrowing the gaps
Statement from UNICEF Executive Dir...

Statement from UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake and WHO Director-General Margaret Chan on the Cholera Outbreak in Yemen as Suspected Cases Exceed 200,000

Yemen
5.6 Million Children at Risk of Wat...

5.6 Million Children at Risk of Waterborne Diseases as Rainy Season Hits Communities Affected by Lake Chad Crisis

chad
Crisis ?Far From Over? as Malnutri...

Crisis ?Far From Over? as Malnutrition, Thirst and Disease Threaten Lives of Millions of Children in North-East Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen

famine

Third Sector

Merger of National Council for Pall...

Merger of National Council for Palliative Care and Hospice UK to be finalised this week

Half of the NCPC's 14 staff have moved to Hospice UK, and the merger will be completed on 1 July
IoF gets Arts Council grant to expa...

IoF gets Arts Council grant to expand its Cultural Sector Network

The 431,832 grant will cover a four-year period to support training, mentoring and peer-to-peer networking
Clore Social Leadership awarded alm...

Clore Social Leadership awarded almost 500k by BLF to improve leadership

The funds will come from the BLF's Reaching Communities Fund and will be spent on the areas of engagement, insight, guidance and innovation
British Red Cross to sell excess cl...

British Red Cross to sell excess clothes donated after Grenfell Tower fire

The charity says it has 40,000 excess boxes of donations, some of which will be available for Grenfell families, some of which will be sold through its shops and some of which will be sold for recycling
Citizens Advice Scotland makes Dere...

Citizens Advice Scotland makes Derek Mitchell its new chief executive

Currently a chief officer at the local government body Cosla, he will take up his new role on 28 August
Association of Chairs to double wor...

Association of Chairs to double workforce thanks to grant

The organisation is receiving a grant of 463,000 from the Big Lottery Fund

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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