About Mark Emlick's Charity Involvement.
Welcome to Mark Emlick’s charity page. Through charities that cover many aspects of our community needs, we take a proactive approach to giving so that we can help bring about change in our society. Please read our latest news showcasing the work and activities by the amazing charities that we have donated to over the years.
Mark Emlick is a highly experienced professional investor with a substantial portfolio of both commercial and development property under personal ownership in addition to equity investments in several businesses around the globe.
Aldi is going to redistribute all surplus fresh food from its stores in Wales to local charities on Christmas Eve.
Vimal Patel, Founder and Commercial Director at FARM Digital, addresses the question of why trustees are still not taking full advantage of digital – and what charities need to be doing about it.
It’s a good idea for charities to start their planning early and send emails well before the Christmas period, especially if they are using automated journeys and triggered emails – whatever your ask, there’s nothing worse than trying to get a campaign together at the last minute and sending it out too late to make a positive impact.
We point charities to some of the best free resources to help staff and trustees understand cyber security.
The partnership will enable Alexa users to donate and organise collections for furniture and electrical donations to British Heart Foundation shops.
Following criticisms over the amount of money being kept by the online platform, raised for victims of disasters such as the Grenfell Tower fire. Online fundraising platform JustGiving has announced it is to remove fees for disasters and major incident campaigns, following criticisms of its charges.
The National Autistic Society is launching a campaign to encourage shops and businesses to better understand the challenges people with autism face when shopping.
The ability to make good decisions which create a positive impact is one of the hallmarks of great leadership. However, it’s easier said than done when it comes to charity leadership.
Online fundraising is a very popular way to raise money for charities. The most popular are commonly known but there are alternatives platforms that take a much smaller cut from donations and do not charge a subscription fee. Some have slightly different models, or are aimed at certain types of fundraising. We explored a few of them below.