18 Sep 2014
The Charity Commission has contacted the trustees of the Bradley Wiggins Foundation after the charity was criticised for using funds to sponsor a women’s professional cycling team.
Oxfam and WWF have been forced to apologise to the government of Saudi Arabia after staff members attending a UN meeting broke the country’s name plate, put it in a toilet bowl and circulated photos around the convention centre.
The Department for Education has ordered charities to halt spending on advertising and marketing in order to get the most out of grants.
The Legal Services Commission plans to cut its contract with the Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit by 70 per cent – a move that is fiercely opposed by the Unit’s director.
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.
Yorkshire-based youth charity Sheffield Futures has announced it is to shed as many as 95 of its approximately 370 staff due to cuts in funding.
The Third Sector Research Centre has called for more research into whether commissioning leads to better public services, citing a lack of independent evidence.
David Davison says charities are still sticking their heads in the sand about future pension provision, despite the increase in comment on the issue.
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