Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK

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Small change: a new era for microdonation schemes

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.

Senior accounting officer rules

BDO and a group of national charities have agreed an analysis with HM Revenue & Customs that will take nearly all charities out of the senior accounting officer rules. Paul Knight explains.

Frocktober ideas

Cancer Research UK is planning to launch ‘Frocktober’, a community fundraising campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month that will mimic Movember, the annual month-long moustache-growing fundraiser for male cancers.


Cancer Research UK tops Social Charity 100 Index

Cancer Research UK has topped a new index which ranks charities by their use of social media.

Congratulations to the RNLI - this only goes to prove that working on long term (and short term for that matter) legacies really pays dividends in the end.

» RNLI legacy income rises to record £118m

Financial reporting - who's calling the shots?

An insider’s guide from Richard Bray to the bodies shaping the future of charity accounting.

HMRC at 100 Parliament Street. Picture courtesy of Steph Gray

HMRC will no longer require large charities to comply with its onerous senior accounting officer rules, after discussions with accounting firm BDO and charities Barnardo’s and Cancer Research UK.

Paul Knight, tax director, BDO

Paul Knight reveals how BDO and a group of major national charities agreed an analysis with HM Revenue & Customs that will take nearly all charities out of the Senior Accounting Officer rules.

Online game adds 'support a charity' feature

Dorset Cereals has added a charity element to its online game and will award prizes totalling £8,000 to the five charities at the top of the leader board this September.

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