Campaign Collective comments on anti-advocacy clause

The government has announced it will suspend plans to introduce further limits on charities’ freedom of speech, known as an “anti-advocacy clause” which would have been inserted into grants from the public sector to charities. Simon Francis, Co-Chair of the PRCA Charity & Not For Profit Group and Founder Member of Campaign Collective, said: We welcome the …

Campaign Collective joins PRCA and SEUK

Campaign Collective, the new communications social enterprise, has signed up with two leading industry bodies. The Collective, which helps charities and campaigners benefit from affordable professional communications advice and support, has joined both Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) – the national trade body for social enterprises – and the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA). The …

Our social purpose

We’re committed to making the Campaign Collective a social enterprise and we’ve tried a first draft of our top line social purpose statement. We’d welcome any comments or thoughts from those working in social enterprises or charities: We believe all organisations need effective public and media representation, but too often smaller charities, social enterprises and those delivering a public benefit …