9 Mar 2015
Charities across Liverpool will see council funding cut by half, following a decision by Liverpool City Council to cut its voluntary sector budget by £1m.
Clive Fathers explains why even new pension legislation puts charities at a distinct disadvantage compared to companies.
Shadow minister for the Cabinet Office Liam Byrne has accused the government of favouring charities with links to the Conservative Party when giving out funding.
Home care services provided by Age Concern Barking & Dagenham, which went into administration earlier this year with a £1.5m pension deficit, have been saved by the neighbouring Age Concern Havering.
The Directory of Social Change is out of pocket by £267,028 over the GuideStar deal but is likely to recover at least £48,000 from the sale of the assets.
A giant of the charity sector, but an even greater friend. I am truly devastated that Dave is no longer with us.
Charities Evaluation Services has launched a new tool which helps charities measure the positive and negative outcomes of collaboration.
The new charity to be created to administer the UK’s waterways should have a completely new governance model “with localism at its core”, the waterways minister has announced.
Volunteering England is considering cutting more than half of its staff numbers as it faces a potential 60 per cent cut in strategic partner funding.
The Charity Commission has already granted more requests from charities to pay their trustees in the first seven months of this financial year, as it did in either of the last two entire years.
21 Apr 2015
7 Jul 2015
8 Oct 2015