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13/10/2022 - Dikke Blauwe - 'Disruptie - Nederland zakt maar vertrouwen goede doelen stijgt' (link)

13/10/2022 - Dikke Blauwe - 'Sponsoring goede doelen levert meeste imagowinst' (link)

13/10/2022 - Dikke Blauwe - 'Erkenning goede doelen hoog, vertrouwen in media daalt' (link)

13/10/2022 - Dikke Blauwe - 'Relatie filantropie en onderzoek versterken' (link)

12/10/2022 - EFA - 'New survey reveals limited but ‘not surprising’ drop in Dutch donations' (link)

12/10/2022 - EFA - 'IPFC: Face-to-face regulators join forces in new international network' (link)

05/10/2022 - EFA - 'Ukraine and the Netherlands are Europe’s most generous countries' (link)

03/10/2022 - 'Vier Europese trends in engagement en donateursretentie' (link)

26/09/2022 - Fondsenwerving.NL - 'Ook HandicapNL schakelt over naar QR-collecte' (link)

26/09/2022 - ALTERIADE - 'Le patrimoine des baby-boomers - une réserve de générosité à venir' (link)

19/09/2022 - Fondsenwerving.NL - 'Consumentenbond- ‘Goede doelen maken online opzeggen makkelijker’ (link)

14/09/2022 - EFA - 'International Legacy Giving Day sees raft of activity across Europe' (link)

14/09/2022 - EFA - 'Anna Turner: Harnessing the power of digital for legacy fundraising' (link)

14/09/2022 - EFA - 'Elly Lont: How joint legacy campaigns can change the world' (link)

New guidance published on ethical portrayal of children in fundraising
Swedish fundraising association Giva Sverige has published new guidance for civil society organisations on the ethical use of images of children for fundraising purposes.
Developed with War Child and SOS Children’s Villages, the guidance is based on discussions with other child-focused nonprofits including Clowns without Borders, Plan Sweden, and Save the Children. 
in EFA News 10-08-2022 (link)
Donor expectations prompt under-investment in German nonprofits
Civil society organisations (CSOs) in Germany are deliberately reducing investment in internal infrastructure, training and other processes because of the “unrealistic expectations” of some donors, a new report highlights.
in EFA News 30-08-2022 (link)
U.K. - Gift Aid Awareness Day returns on 6 October
Gift Aid Awareness Day is back on 6 October, with charities invited to join the campaign.
Every October since 2018, UK charities have taken to social media for one day to share the #TickTheBox message with supporters and more widely, as well as sharing the message in other ways.
Gift Aid Awareness Day is organised by Charity Finance Group (CFG). 
in: Fundraising.co.uk 09-08-2022 (link)
Commission clarifies charities’ responsibilities in dealing with bullying & harassment.
The Charity Commission expects charities to have clear policies on bullying and for trustees to handle allegations appropriately.
in: Fundraising.co.uk 12-08-2022 (link)
The Disasters Emergency Committee’s (DEC) Afghanistan Crisis Appeal has raised £50 million since its December launch, it has announced. The total includes £10 million matched by the UK Government. 
The appeal raised £26mn of the amount in its first two weeks. 
in: Fundraising.co.uk 15-08-2022 (link)
Video campaign launches ahead of Remember A Charity Week
Remember A Charity has launched an emotive video ahead of September’s Remember A Charity Week, to celebrate the sector’s collaboration to grow the legacy market and help charities open up conversation with supporters around legacy giving.
The video is being shared via Remember A Charity’s social channels, and is designed for the charity members of the group to share with their supporters, to spread the word about legacy giving.
in: in: Fundraising.co.uk 22-08-2022 (link)
U.K. - Charity income was up 6% in January-June 2022 
While overall, charity income was up 6% in January-June 2022 compared to the same period last year, income growth has mostly come from increased community fundraising, and high-value giving associated with Ukraine emergency appeals, according to data from Wood for Trees.
Outside of this, its research suggests that donation value has fallen, particularly with one-off donations, although these are still above 2019 levels.
in: Fundraising.co.uk 23-08-2022 (link)

nederland: 3FM Serious Request meeste merkkracht
Het Goede-Doelen-Merkenonderzoek monitort al ruim 10 jaar de reputatie en groeipotentie van alle organisaties die actief zijn in de Nederlandse goededoelensector.
Nederland - Goede doelen met de grootste merkkrachtstijging* in de periode 2020-2022
1. 3FM Serious Request
2. Het Vergeten Kind
3. Hersenstichting
4. Vogelbescherming Nederland
5. Save the Children
6. Stichting Opkikker
7. Cordaid
8. Grote Clubactie
9. Stichting ALS Nederland
10. Amref Flying Doctors
in: de Dikke Blauwe (mei 2022) (link)

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