13 Nov 2014
BeatBullying will go into administration after suffering “significant financial difficulties”, the charity’s trustees have said in a statement.
Nick Hurd, minister for civil society, has called on businesses to improve their links with charities, accusing firms of being mainly absent from the debate on the future of civil society.
The government is under pressure from a consortium of sector bodies to implement gift aid reforms before the next Budget, with a new letter to the Treasury emphasising the need to move more processes online.
The renewed Compact is vague and retracts commitments from the previous government to communicate and support the sector, according to the Commission for the Compact’s review of the document published yesterday.
Catholic Care (Diocese of Leeds) is to appeal to the Charity Tribunal once again over the Charity Commission’s refusal to allow it to prevent same-sex couples from using its adoption services.
Congratulations to the RNLI - this only goes to prove that working on long term (and short term for that matter) legacies really pays dividends in the end.
The Scout Association has this week appealed a court ruling on a £7,322 payout to a former Scout hurt during a game, arguing that the decision could restrict the range of activities it runs.
London’s Voluntary Sector Forum is objecting to proposed changes to the London Boroughs Grants Scheme that could see cuts of up to 80 per cent from the annual £26.4m budget.
A Croydon-based recruitment agency that specialises in finding work for deaf people says the Shaw Trust is partly responsible for its liquidation.
Lord Nat Wei, government adviser on the Big Society, has said the government and the Charity Commission are talking about guidance for charities on investment.