Innovation In Giving

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    Age UK

    Age UK worked with Innovation in Giving awardee Ecomodo to develop a new giving programme to both generate income and create greater social impact. Read more.

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    WWF and Scope

    WWF, one of the world’s largest conservation organisations, is teaming up with SCOPE, which supports disabled people and their families, to address their shared giving challenges. Read more.

  • United Response logo

    United Response: Give Where You Live

    The national charity that supports people with disabilities and mental health needs is embarking on an ambitious project to transform its culture of giving. Read more.

  • National Trust logo

    National Trust: The Big Family Day Out

    The UK conservation charity has launched ‘The Big Family Day Out’ – in a bid to get thousands more families volunteering to help preserve and protect historic places and spaces. Read more.

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    Mencap: Kids for Good

    Mencap, the voice of people with learning disabilities, intends to partner with JustGiving to launch a new platform to re-ignite giving by school children, their families and friends. Read more.

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    Keep Britain Tidy: Love Where You Live

    Keep Britain Tidy is working with a range of tech partners to reward and recognise the work of its supporters, while generating new income streams. Read more.

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    FoodCycle has developed a social franchise model to scale its network of volunteer-powered hubs – which address food wastage, food poverty and social isolation. Read more.

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    Marie Curie Cancer Care: Tickety Boo

    Marie Curie Cancer Care is dedicated to the care of people with terminal cancer and other illnesses. The charity is looking to increase donations through a new gaming platform, making giving more reciprocal and fun. Read more.

  • The Children’s Society

    The Children’s Society, which works to ensure young people are happy, valued and respected, is looking to make giving more personally relevant and transparent. Read more.