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The voluntary sector needs to be mindful of the “political reality” of the tax relief cap and come up with an alternative plan that is palatable to both the government and the sector, charity tax expert Richard Bray said last night.
Five new entrants and five exits, but still no change in the top tier in this year’s review of the Charity 100 Index, reports Diane Sim.
We know, we know. You love your job, wouldn’t dream of leaving your organisation. Of course. But, just in case you’d been toying with the idea of a freelance career, Kevin Waudby shares some things you need to do and keep in mind before taking the plunge.
I am not against more effective regulation but the driver for this regulation must be based on sounder footings than just to appease the media because the media will be back with negative stories regardless.
Traditionally, dictating where one’s donation is spent was the preserve of deep-pocketed major donors. Now the privilege is being demanded by lower-level donors too. Celina Ribeiro explores the trend and the charities which are accommodating, and benefiting, from it.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so in this edition we have decided to take a look at the top-ranking medical research charities in the Charity 100 and Charity 250 Indexes and examine how their income levels have fared over the last 15 years.
Microdonations might have always been around in some form, but there is now a new energy behind the mechanism. Could microdonations release a new wave of philanthropy or are they just the Emperor's new clothes? Celina Ribeiro investigates.