Blogs & News
With 3.4 billion single-use facemasks being thrown away every day in Covid times, the global battle to reduce plastic waste pollution is taking a serious knock. Here our friend Jessie May Green warns of an impending environmental disaster.
It was fascinating to hear predictions for a post-pandemic world at the Charity Comms conference. And the message came through loud and clear: keep fundraising!
With the country in lockdown and many jobs uncertain, it might feel a strange time to ask for donations. But many of your supporters will be desperate to help. So it’s time to launch appeals and help people act.
When my kids worried about homelessness in Oxford, the only sensible response was to rally a crowd of thrill-seekers and do the Crisis Ice-breaker challenge…
Being aired on prime-time TV right now is the 2019 ad for Crisis at Christmas, with a cameo role from our very own Rachel Levis. As the campaign spreads across channels, donations are pouring in.
Armistice is a poignant time of year here at Catalyst as we help Combat Stress raise awareness of the high price veterans can pay for serving our nation.
The rules for campaigning and lobbying before general elections give you more freedom than many charities realise – and with only a few weeks to go, it’s a crucial time to act.
Crisis Christmas centres open their doors on 22 December and we’re flat out spreading the word.
Global fast food chains have a colossal impact on the Amazon. So we’ve been buying media across key digital and press channels to help Greenpeace launch a vital campaign.
Catalyst’s new location in an eight-story tower has created a gruelling daily workplace challenge where competitive team members race to the top floor in a bid to get fit, ward off long-term health problems and score petty victories.
There’s nothing we love more at Catalyst than our clients popping in for a visit.
Here at Catalyst we always want our appeals to perform well, but tragic events in Yemen make our work for Tearfund and Amnesty feel particularly critical.
Students skipping school, protesters inside Parliament, peaceful activists across Britain’s fracking sites. So far it’s been a big year for action on climate change, and not a moment too soon.
The amount charities spent on direct mail fell by almost a third last year, but industry experts reckon it’s all down to GPPR. And here at Catalyst, Marc Middleton Heath says direct mail is just as strong as ever.