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News – The Good Exchange Shortlisted for Best in Business Awards

July 16, 2018
Type: News
Moving to The Good Exchange’s not-for-profit, digital grant application platform allows the Miss Lawrence Trust to streamline the annual shortlisting of applications and to delve more deeply and with greater ease into their applicants’ objectives. They can also see whether applicants are receiving support from other funders and donors.

Press Coverage – The Miss Lawrence Trust joins The Good Exchange as new funder

June 12, 2018
Type: News
Moving to The Good Exchange’s not-for-profit, digital grant application platform allows the Miss Lawrence Trust to streamline the annual shortlisting of applications and to delve more deeply and with greater ease into their applicants’ objectives. They can also see whether applicants are receiving support from other funders and donors.

Press Coverage – Overstretched CSR decision-makers mean small charities lose out

April 26, 2018
Type: News
Technology tools will prove vital in meeting the challenges that face charitable giving within UK organisations, according to a new survey of corporate social responsibility (CSR) managers reported in Charity Digital News. The paperwork involved in donating a portion of overall funds is the same as it would be to donate an entire annual charitable CSR budget to one national charity.

Press Coverage – How Will PSD2 Affect Charities – The Forgotten Sector

April 23, 2018
Type: News
Ultimately, any loss in public trust as a result of fraudulent activity is to the detriment of the charitable sector as a whole, which is why the online fundraising industry must take urgent steps to boost transparency and accountability. Whether online or offline, someone masquerading as a fundraiser is nothing new, but online fundraising platforms have the edge in safeguarding against this type of abuse over their more traditional counterparts. For instance, an online platform can prevent money from being paid into an individual’s bank account by requiring all monies to be paid into a verified, approved, organisational account.

Press Coverage – Safeguarding Digital Giving from Abuse

April 9, 2018
Type: News
Ultimately, any loss in public trust as a result of fraudulent activity is to the detriment of the charitable sector as a whole, which is why the online fundraising industry must take urgent steps to boost transparency and accountability. Whether online or offline, someone masquerading as a fundraiser is nothing new, but online fundraising platforms have the edge in safeguarding against this type of abuse over their more traditional counterparts. For instance, an online platform can prevent money from being paid into an individual’s bank account by requiring all monies to be paid into a verified, approved, organisational account.