29 Oct 2013
Acevo chief executive Sir Stephen Bubb has said the Charity Commission will have to get better at regulating the sector before charities would be prepared to supplement its income with fees.
The Charity Commission has reissued an alert for charities about the risks of entering tenancy agreements that intend to take advantage of business rate relief.
The Cabinet Office and the Ministry of Justice plan to develop a tool which will help charities and social enterprises assess the financial viability of sub-contract offers to deliver probation services.
A shifting political atmosphere is putting power in the hands of the inexperienced, warns Robert Ashton.
It's a shame that government doesn't think harder about the link between spending money & resources and outcomes.
The Public Safety Charitable Trust plans to challenge this week’s High Court ruling that it cannot claim rate relief for the 1,500 empty commercial buildings it leases around the country.
St Andrew’s Healthcare, one of the largest charities in the UK, has been told by commissioners that calling itself a social enterprise will help it win contracts.
The Cabinet Office’s Centre for Social Impact Bonds has developed two new tools to assist the development of the bonds: the 'Knowledge Box' online portal and a template service agreement contract.
The Financial Reporting Council, which oversees financial reporting in the UK and Ireland, yesterday agreed that the proposed new charities Sorp can be issued for consultation with the sector.