As communication specialists in the voluntary sector, we’ve got a real passion for helping our clients drive social change, promote best practice and champion innovation. We work with trade bodies, regulators, sector campaigns, fundraising agencies and others providing services to charities. Our goal is to help our clients build profile, deliver expertise and provide even better support to the UK charities and community bodies they work with.
“Turner PR have been instrumental in helping us to raise our voice within the charity sector. They are professional, tenacious and quick to react to a changing news agenda. They are also a joy to work with, which is hugely important for a campaign like ours that represents 200 charities and a broad range of stakeholders. I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending them.”
Rob Cope, director of Remember A Charity
Recent client news and views:
A common – and understandable – misconception is that, since GDPR kicked in, cold data has gone the way of the dinosaurs and is no longer available for charities to use in campaigns. In fact, while large volume files and many data pools of old did cease to exist when the legislation came in, there … Continue reading Arc Data: Cold data – is it still available & how can I use it?
A new report, authored by four major charity legacy organisations, has predicted a rise in the value of gifts from wills over the next decade. The Strengthening Charities’ Resilience with Legacies report was produced by Remember A Charity, Legacy Foresight, the Institute of Legacy Management and the legacy information company Smee & Ford. Featuring insights … Continue reading News: Window of opportunity for charities to benefit from £40bn predicted legacy boom
The cancellation of direct debit donations to UK charities fell to a record low over the summer, new figures show. Data from the charity payments company Rapidata, published today, shows that the average direct debit cancellation rate was 1.32 per cent in July, the lowest figure recorded since Rapidata began collecting data in 2003. Read … Continue reading News: Direct debit cancellations fell to record low in the summer, figures show