October was full of questions about the problem of charitable donations being down in recent years – and how charities were going to fill that gap. During the month we held a Twitter Q&A to give advice to the charities we work with… if you missed it, here’s the storify.
Read more about Give as you Live in the press below.
Changes in technology & the hidden millions – FT.com
“My prediction is that technology is going to continue in its current direction: becoming more and more embedded into our lives. To become winners, companies have to focus on people-centric design and agile development cycles.”
Read more: Technology is now a woman’s world – Polly Gowers for ft.com.
Five 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.
The potential of online revenue
Everyclick was a finalist in the Digital Champion category for The Growing Business Awards: “With the annual UK spend being £52bn, the ultimate goal of Everyclick and Give as you Live is to raise an additional £1bn for UK causes year-on-year.” Read more: Digital Champions 2012.
The digital donor review continues
The donor review is continuing until the end of this year and one lucky donor will win £5,000 for their charity. We’ve had over 6,000 people complete it so far. If you still haven’t taken part, you can do so here, or read more at: Philanthropy UK.
Success stories – Publictechnology.net
Here’s more information on how one charity is getting involved with Give as you Live: Publictechnology.net – Best practice: Social outreach with Action Medical Research.
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