Posts by: Cause4 Team

Cause4′s Pick of the Month

Following on from our first blog celebrating our monthly pick for Entrepreneurs, Trustees, Charity Leaders and Fundraising Fellows, we’re thrilled to announce a brand new selection of exciting and innovative people who we think deserve some recognition this month.   Entrepreneur of the Month Cause4 is delighted to announce that our Entrepreneur of the Month […]

UK Giving 2018 – A Reaction

Charities Aid Foundation has now published ‘UK Giving 2018’, the largest study of the UK’s generosity and a crucial report giving vital insights on the latest giving trends. So, what has the report found? The total amount given to charity increased to £10.3 billion, a significant leap from the 2016 figure of £9.7bn. The most […]

Cause4′s Pick of the Month

At Cause4, we are all about celebrating successful individuals to share their talents and innovative ideas with as many people as possible. As part of this, we decided to dedicate a blog to those people we feel have gone above and beyond. Each month we will be sharing our top picks for Entrepreneurs, Trustees, Business […]

Charity Digital Skills Report 2018 – A Reaction

In 2017, The Skills Platform and Zoe Amar of Zoe Amar Communications co-wrote The Charity Digital Skills Report, to help understand the digital needs of the charity sector. Unfortunately, the findings of this report were somewhat concerning and showed a lack of dedication from the sector to digital change. The report showed that 50% of charities don’t have a digital […]

Stephen Hawking – Cosmology’s Brightest Star

Today started with a saddened tone, with newspapers declaring the passing of science’s, cosmology’s, and the universe’s brightest star, Stephen Hawking. In a heart-warming reaction to this news, the Motor Neurone Disease Association, a leading Motor Neurone Disease charity, is facing technical difficulties as it website has crashed due to the inundation of people showing […]

Cause4 Team’s Response to Oxfam Scandal

Emily It’s a scandal fit for our times. After Weinstein, Westminster, and the Presidents Club, the fact that senior aid workers for Oxfam in Haiti and Chad perpetrated abuse against vulnerable women is yet another example of privileged men using their power to exploit those who are dependent on their work. Yet the Oxfam scandal […]

A quick guide to becoming a Trustee

Have a look at our guide on becoming a Trustee! If you are interested in our Trustee Leadership Programme, currently delivered in London, the Midlands, Manchester, Bristol and Glasgow please do get in touch on trusteeleadership@cause4.co.uk. Bespoke programmes for charities and companies can also be discussed.