Ebola crisis appeal

10 November 14

Since it hit in March 2014, nearly 5000 people have died and over 10,000 have been infected by the Ebola virus. The disease is not only taking the lives of those infected but is bringing local heath services to their knees, devastating communities and removing the ability for people to support themselves. Help is urgently…

Oct is back on the road!

10 October 14

Working in partnership with the Dioceses of Liverpool and Manchester, our team will be hosting a number of sessions to help churches get started with later this month. What’s covered? Throughout each session, our team will help you to: Discuss the benefits of and how you can use them to your advantage; Walk…


Keeping it regular

11 August 14

Can you keep a secret? A couple of weeks ago we turned on our new regular giving feature on! This new tool allows supporters to create a monthly Direct Debit donation in support of their favourite cause, in just a few clicks. We’ve rebuilt this new tool from the ground up, to ensure that…


New help for charities, from HMRC

20 June 14

HMRC Charities has recently set up a new dedicated Outreach Team to offer help and support to charities to enable them to get things right first time. The new team, located in Bootle, is comprised of 15 members.  The team’s objective is to help charities understand, benefit and claim reliefs through Gift Aid, the Gift…


Handlebars at the ready, gents! Movember’s coming…

16 October 13

By now we’re sure a lot of you will have heard of ‘Movember’. A chance for men everywhere to show support for for prostate and testicular cancer and mental health by sprouting facial hair galore! Movember’s vision is to have an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health. So beards, long side-burns, moustaches (however…


Human trafficking: the numbers

26 February 13

Eight generations ago our ancestors ended the slave trade, yet today the numbers associated with human trafficking are staggering. Click here to access our special issue Share magazine on human trafficking, featuring interviews with Beth Redman, Gary Haugen and Christine Caine.


anti-bullying week 2012

19 November 12

Bullying is something that can affect us at any age: whether you’re bullied as a child or teen, or abused as an adult or elder. This week is national Anti-bullying Week, and the theme is ‘We’re better without bullying’. Even if you’ve never been bullied, it’d be hard to disagree with that statement. It seems…


Comb one comb all: fundraiser has locks of fun dyeing hair for charity

09 October 12

Over the next three months, fundraiser David Grieve will be dying (in his own words) his ‘visible hairy bits’ in the colours of the Romanian National Flag in order to raise money for UK Christian charity JARS. We caught up with David to talk fundraising, Romania and hair dye… So David, why did you decide to…


Tips for churches and charities: how to make the most out of your page

19 September 12

There are a few things in life that are meant to be together: salt and pepper, bangers and mash and… charities and That last one may be a particularly new addition to the group but churches and charities, hear this: is here to help. As more people choose to give online, setting up…


The big summer tour

08 August 12

Knee deep at New Wine “What’s this thing I’ve got to wear on my back all week?” Massive white letters on his t-shirt read out ‘’. This guy (along with the rest of the New Wine staff) was about to become a walking billboard, and he wanted answers. “It’s the new online fundraising service from…