Highlighted stories

Cause4 responds to #charitysowhite

27th August, 2019 | By Naomi Chapman

Cause4 responds to the trending of #charitysowhite last week, and reflects on diversity in the charity industry.

Cause4's Pick of the Month - September 2019

4th September, 2019 | By Naomi Chapman

Cause4's September Pick of the Month

Brand New?

13th October, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Penned by our new intern, RÌ_nÌÁn McDonald.

Health warnings for new lottery?

10th October, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Last Saturday witnessed the first draw of the highly anticipated and somewhat criticized Health Lottery. The Health Lottery, it claims, is not a national lottery, but 51 local society lotteries each representing one or more local authority areas.

More Passion for the arts?

7th October, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

In August, contemporary British artist Tracey Emin presented the Government Art Collection with a piece of artwork.

G&T a tonic for the theatre?

29th September, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Recent research by Frukt Communications: ‘Let Me Entertain You’ reveals that the vast majority of consumers (91%) accept or are positive about brands being involved in music, entertainment and culture.

Is the funders’ value question killing the creativity of our organisations?

16th September, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

The pressure on charitable organisations to prove the value of their work has never been greater. Whether it’s stated as impact, outcomes, output, need or strategic role, it amounts to a similar question – how is your organisation different and what does it deliver?

Interview with Stewart Goshawk

15th September, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Stewart Goshawk, Principal Grants Officer for the City Bridge Trust, granted Cause4Opinion an exclusive interview to showcase his thoughts around philanthropy and the challenge

Pin to Pennies

8th September, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Pennies, launched by UK registered charity The Pennies Foundation, is an ‘electronic charity box’ enabling shoppers across the country to donate a small amount to charity when paying electronically or by card.

The selfish volunteer

2nd September, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Authored by our Intern Michael Heighway.

Rethinking taxation for our sporting stars?

30th August, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

The organisers of the recent Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace had hoped to stage the first 100 metres head-to-head of the season between Usain Bolt, Tys

If Corporate Responsibility is dead - where's the social enterprise action?

26th August, 2011 | By Cause4 staff

Dermot Egan recently announced on his blog that ‘CSR is dead - long live social enterprise’ He asserted it was essential that society moves to an era where