18 Sep 2014
A man has admitted pocketing £300,000 donated by members of the public who believed it would go to Help for Heroes.
The number of direct debit payments to charity which fail have fallen, now amounting to just 1 per cent of scheduled payments.
The National Trust had its best ever financial performance last year, according to the charity’s 2009/10 annual report published today.
The Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland has initiated legal proceedings against its benefactor the Lloyds Banking Group over an alleged breach of their covenant, after being given just £38,920 rather than the £3.5m it believes it is due.
Basically it looks like the government stuffing public money into their friend's pockets without actually expecting them to do anything for it.
A top lawyer has condemned the lack of guidance available on the imminent Equality Act, saying that both the Charity Commission and the Equality and Human Rights Commission have left charities “in limbo”.
Gareth Jones explains the think-tank’s proposed system for moving gift aid administration online.
More than £750m is lost every year in gift aid because of an outdated system that disincentivises charities and the Treasury to make the most out of it, according to a report by think-tank ResPublica.
Sue Ryder Care's trading arm has secured pro bono help to put in place an environmental management system that will reduce its waste and use of energy, water and materials, eventually saving the whole charity tens of thousands of pounds per year.