The final decision was taken between 96 non-profit organisations represented in the 109 entries.
The app allowing recognition of almost any song based on a small sample and the British association want to raise awareness of the disease among the younger generation.
The initiative was launched by the London based blogger Clerkenwell Boy and SUITCASE Magazine to raise money for UNICEF’s Syria Relief fund.
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.
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.
Neighbourly is a social network that connects charities and community projects with local businesses and individuals in the United Kingdom. We talked with Beth Calverley about her experience as part of this organisation.
What is Big Local and how does it work? Two members of the Local Trust team help us better understand this programme.
According to the UNEP, a third of the food produced in the world is thrown away.
When I first started to volunteer at Big Local Revoelution just over two years ago, I was very timid and shy. Having social anxiety and bipolar disorder made me very isolated and I wouldn’t leave the house or even my bed for weeks at a time. From the first day I set foot in the Revoelution hub, I haven’t been away.
Taking steps to boost leadership excellence should help counter the challenges faced by UK charities, writes Jonathan Lindsell.
One fact that strikes me about the non-profit sector is the little relevance (initially!) that is given to money. A group of people identify a social need and starts doing things. At a given time, they suddenly realise that to carry out all they have planned they need… money!
"Digital has changed everything". In this article posted on the NCVO blog, Karl Wilding offers an insight into the challenges faced by charity leaders in the digital society.
Second-hand objects and volunteering help spaces that revert all their earning to support charitable causes.