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    The Drum (24 May 2017)

    Save the Children unveils donation button prototype to counteract direct debit dropouts

    SAVE CHILDREN has produced a prototype of a physical donation button, similar to AMAZON DASH, with the help of Iris Nursery. The button hopes to make it easier for people to donate in the moment, in light of falling direct debit donators. 

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    Nielsen (28 Apr 2017)

    Spend Analysis

    CRISIS UK, the top spending advertiser in the door drop channel, upped their Q4 2015 spend by 3.5% to £2m. One of the companies to make a large positive difference to its door drop expenditure in Q4 was charity SAVE THE CHILDREN, which increased its spend from £2k to £208k year on year. RNLI was the organisation that upped its ad spend the most, spending nearly £250k on door drop, having spent nothing in the medium in Q4 2015.

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