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Thursday, 12 January 2017 - No. 8
News & Interviews
Crowdfunding. Image: Wikimedia
The generations of donors: from matures to Millennials

It is not a rocket science that different generations of donors might also have different motivations when making a donation. A computer graphic shows the key differences in the features of donors to nonprofit organisations, based on their age.  

Computer Keyboard (Marcie Casas, Flickr)
Virtual volunteering, what are my options?

Helping to disseminate campaigns, signing petitions, translating, giving advice to associations…there are a number of ways you can collaborate with non-profit organisations from home.

Corporate tax evasion, one of the main causes behind inequalities / Photo: Pixabay
Oxfam denounces that 5 of the 15 most aggressive tax havens in the world are in Europe

The report “Tax Battles” also highlights that the average corporate tax in countries around the world has dropped four points in 10 years.

Maddy Bartlett, Savita Custead with Matt Postles / Photo: BNHC
Maddy Bartlett: "The more you know about nature, the more action you’ll take to help protect it"

The Festival of Nature is the UK’s largest free celebration of the natural world. We talked about it with Maddy Bartlett, Programmes Officer at the Bristol Natural History Consortium.

Isa López from Fundació Estany / Photo: Fundació Estany
Isa López: "We perform shows with a social content to overcome prejudice and stereotypes around disabilities"

From Fundació Estany they tell us about DansCapacitats, an inclusive dance project bringing together people with and without disabilities.

Clare McIntyre. Photo: Kinning Park Complex
Clare McIntyre: “Each volunteer is unique and brings something different and important to the space”

Kinning Park Complex is an independently run multi-use community centre based in Glasgow. McIntyre looks after its communicational and PR activities. 

Opinion
Energy poverty: causes and effects

The director of Fundació La Vinya shares his thoughts on the causes and effects of the lack of access to energy in Spain.

Designing the future of non-profits

In the UK, the non-profit sector has been profoundly impacted by the recent drive to transform the public sector to reduce public spending and promote user choice. Design may be one way that non-profits can ensure users are at the heart of change.

Sligo 2017: celebrating the great work volunteers do

Sligo is delighted to be named the European Volunteering Capital for 2017. Plans are already underway for what promises to be a fantastic year.

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