7 Jul 2015
Grant Thornton assistant manager jailed for more than three years over £726,000 charity embezzlement
A former assistant manager at Grant Thornton has been jailed for 40 months after embezzling more than £726,000 intended to go to charity.
The Cabinet Office is asking the voluntary, community and social enterprise sectors for innovative ideas on how to reduce the deficit.
The average pay of interim managers working in charities has fallen by 11 per cent over the last six months, according to the latest survey by Russam GMS.
Moray Voluntary Service Organisation (MVSO), a Scottish support service for over 400 member voluntary organisations, is in liquidation due to a £60,000 pensions debt it cannot repay.
He was just so nice - an over used word, but I can only ever see Daniel with a smile on his face. Genuine, wickedly funny, intelligent, oozing with foresight and interest.
Richer and higher-achieving independent schools are giving a smaller proportion of their income in bursaries than less affluent schools, according to a report by the Sutton Trust and Staffordshire University.
The Charity Commission has ordered a charity set up by secretary of state for defence Liam Fox to cease its activities immediately due to their political nature.
Plans to remove the exemption for charities on music licensing fees has again been delayed, with a spokesman for the Intellectual Property Office stating that the government hasn’t made a decision yet.
A new report from Acevo and Social Investment Business advises the government to create a Social Investment Retail Bank to be financed with government funds managed by Social Investment Business.
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