Give as you Live top pieces in the press – 2012

As the year draws to a close, we’d like to share with you some of our highlights from 2012.

We’d also like to say a huge thank-you to all our supporters who have helped raise over £3 million for UK charities using Give as you Live technology.

At Give as you Live HQ we’re looking forward to a prosperous 2013 and have lots of exciting software in development that enables everyone to raise money for charity- at no extra cost to the charity or supporter.

Let’s take a look at what happened this year…

 

ft Technology is now a woman’s world

‘To become winners, companies have to focus on people-centric design and agile development cycles. There is a great opportunity to invite female talent into this changing leadership environment as they have a great deal to bring to the party.’

Read more: Technology is now a woman’s world

 

 

 

thirdCharity supporter profiles

Online charity supporters can be grouped into six different types, such as “industrial heartland Clive” or “wealthy professional Jacqueline”, emerging research indicates.

Read more: Give as you Live research identifies six online charity supporter profiles.

 

 

 

 

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Finalists in the 2012 Everywoman in Technology Awards

Maxine Benson, co-founder of everywoman says: “These women are shining examples of the diverse and rewarding opportunities that are available within the IT sector.

Read more: Polly Gowers is shortlisted for Innovator of the year

 

 

 

thirdSurvey: give your views on digital fundraising

Results of digital giving review will be announced at the IOF annual convention next month.

Read more: The digital giving review

 

 

 

ukfundraisingGive as you Live expands to 2,000 retailer partners

The company says that of the £50 billion currently spent online each year, £1.25 billion is potentially available for charities across the UK, provided they can persuade their supporters to adopt tools like Give as you Live.

Read more: Give as you Live on UK Fundraising

 

 

 

fundingUK charities invited to participate in digital donor survey

The new survey will help charities find out more about how and why donors give online. This review complements the Give as you Live “Digital Giving Review 2012”

Read more: The donor survey

 

 

 

pocketFive minutes with CEO Polly Gowers, OBE

“I am determined that Give as you Live will unlock the hidden millions that are buried in corporate marketing budgets for UK charities.”
Read more: Polly Gowers OBE on pocket-lint.com.

 

 

 

 

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Digital Champions 2012

The finalists for the Growing Business Awards “Digital Champion” category are causing that transformation. Which one will most change their market – and the world?

Read more: Give as you Live are shortlisted as ‘digital champions’.