Introducing The Pett Level Independent Rescue Boat Lottery Pett Level Independent Rescue Boat are one of our most recent societies to start their lottery fundraising journey. We are extremely excited to work with Pett Level Independent Rescue Boat as they have helped search for missing yachts, rescued walkers and their dogs trapped
Introducing The Cuan Wildlife Rescue Lottery Cuan Wildlife Rescue have recently started their very own society lottery and we cannot wait to help them! We spoke to Charlotte from Cuan for a better insight in to the charity and how the lottery can help them. About Cuan Wildlife Rescue Cuan
Introducing The Improving Lives Lottery Improving Lives are one of our most recent societies to start their lottery fundraising journey. We are extremely excited to work with Improving Lives as they as offer a wide range of support for the most vulnerable Nottingham City residents. We spoke to Josh from Improving Lives
Covid-19 to leave foodbanks vulnerable Food charities are preparing for an “unprecedented challenge” as foodbanks say they are already getting low on supplies. Panic-buying in reaction to the coronavirus has caused a drop in donations for some foodbanks, while some are also struggling to buy supplies from supermarkets and stores.
Gambling Using Credit Cards To Be Banned The Gambling Commission recently announced that from April 14, 2020, payments made on credit card will be banned on all forms of remote gambling and non-remote betting. How does this ban affect you? Very simply, lottery operators will no longer be allowed to
Meetings underway to discuss increasing limits on Society Lotteries The Gambling Commission recently launched a consultation to begin long-awaited discussion regarding the limits on society lotteries. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport stated in summer that it was planning to increase the maximum annual sales limit for society lotteries from £10m to
Society Lotteries Raise Over £300m Society lotteries raised £332m for good causes last year, according to recently published figures by the Gambling Commission. This was an increase of 11 per cent or £32.95m on the previous year. The Gambling Commission recently published statistics relating to the period between April 2018 and March
Charities receive £500,000 for online mental health support Nominet has given the funding to a group of charities such as Young Minds and Barnardos to help them bolster their digital and online support around mental health. Youth and health charities are to receive £500,000 in funding to increase the range of online
Digital Fundraising Doesn't Mean Ignoring Older Generations There is a common belief within the fundraising sector that the older generations are more generous when it comes to fundraising. With many organisations tailoring their traditional marketing towards audiences of 35+. This has left charities trying wondering how to increase fundraising from younger groups.
Generosity Decreasing Globally Generosity appears to be on a downward pattern globally, despite a growing culture of charitable giving across many countries. This is according to the recently released Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) World Giving Index 10th edition. The Index bases their figures on what percentage of the population have helped a