13 Sep 2016
Acevo and ITN Productions have partnered to make a programme about charities, with non-profit organisations charged £16,500 to appear for four minutes, even though the only confirmed screening is at Acevo's conference.
Children’s charity 4Children, announced its closure yesterday with the loss of 85 jobs and four services, but most of its work is being transferred to Action for Children or local authorities.
The Tate has revealed that it received £2.5m from BP between 2007 and 2011, after it was ordered to reveal the figures by the Information Tribunal at the end of July.
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Big Society Capital, the social investment wholesaler, has today published data on social investment deals worth £488m – around 32 per cent of the market.
To encourage the sector’s HR Directors to offer opportunities to younger people is not in any way undervaluing the importance and significance of older workers.
The Fundraising Standards Board has not upheld a complaint made against the Salvation Army’s trading arm in its final adjudication report published today.
Two-thirds of the public and more than half of existing donors do not believe that charities will only contact them if they have given explicit consent, according to unpublished survey data from NCVO.
The Charity Commission has told the True and Fair Foundation to change its governance structure following several complaints about the charity.
The National Trust has been accused of "dictatorial bullying" in The Times newspaper this morning over the "disgraceful purchase" of a farm in the Lake District.