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Kids Company

Kirsty Weakley examines Kids Company’s annual accounts to identify clues about what led to its downfall.

Directors of Fundraising Survey 2015: Raising the curtain on the top 100

Who are the fundraising directors at the UK’s biggest fundraising charities and what is weighing most on their minds? Fundraising Magazine takes a snapshot of the top 100 directors – including what they would most like to change if elected Prime Minister. By Emily Corfe.

'The sector risks becoming nothing but a voiceless and toothless instrument of a shrunken state'

In the first of a series of articles on the future of the voluntary sector, published exclusively by Civil Society News in the lead up to a new book by Civil Exchange, Nicholas Deakin says the sector must fight to establish its own vision or risk becoming an arm of government.

Fundraisers should be champions for transparency

Which is the right approach for you? Fundraisers must take the lead in pushing for transparency above and beyond what is legally mandated, says Celina Ribeiro.

What the pension reforms mean

In recent months several amendments have been made to pension legislation to address the pensions deficit. Andy Williams explains.

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