10 Mar 2014
Society Network Foundation used part of a restricted government grant to help it reduce the historical £180,000 deficit run up by its trading subsidiary, Big Society Network, without obtaining the necessary authority to do so.
The United Grand Lodge of England has been denied a multi-million-pound VAT rebate on subscriptions paid by its members over 20 years, after a judge ruled that its emphasis on caring for fellow Masons meant its giving was not “wholly philanthropic”.
The former counter-fraud head at Oxfam UK has today pleaded guilty to defrauding the charity of nearly £65,000.
Debra Allcock Tyler rails against the growing demands to provide EBOs (evidence of the bleedin’ obvious).
Charities and social enterprises will get to scale in health - if they are given a chance. The improvements that they can deliver are huge.
The Big Lottery Fund is embarking on a strategic review that will underpin its direction and priorities for the next three to six years.
HMRC is witholding £2m in gift aid from Christ Embassy, a charity already under statutory inquiry with the Charity Commission, while it investigates the charity's grants to overseas organisations.
The charity sector is putting too much emphasis on campaigning and not enough on service delivery, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling told an audience of charity leaders last night.
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation, which has an annual income of £951m, has become the largest charity to file accounts with the Charity Commission.
25 Mar 2014