Charity shop growth at the lowest level for years

Charity shop growth at the lowest level for years

2 Oct 2014

The charity shops sector is still growing, but more slowly than before, according to the Charity Shops Survey 2014, published today by Charity Finance and Fundraising magazines.


Charity shop growth at the lowest level for years

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Cuts may prove to be a vital wake-up call to charities

Andy Williamson explores why the forthcoming cuts should be welcomed by the sector.

Charity Bank positive about Big Society Bank proposals

Charity Bank has described today's details about the Big Society Bank as a “positive step”.

Maude places voluntary sector cuts on red alert

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Cameron to plough all unclaimed assets into Big Society Bank

Prime Minister David Cameron has said that "every single penny of dormant accounts" will be used to fund the Big Society Bank.

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CAF chief warns ignoring Labour would be a mistake

As the coalition government officially launched its Big Society agenda at a speech in Liverpool today, Charities Aid Foundation chief executive John Low advised that it would be a “mistake to switch off to (the) Labour Party”.

Capital Gains Tax rise is not boon for major donor philanthropy

Increasing the tax for the rich will not mean they will start giving away more money to charity, says Adrian Beney.

CLG confirms Communitybuilders fund can make new commitments

The Department of Communities and Local Government has confirmed that the Communitybuilders fund can disburse money.

How to mount a defence against a tabloid press obsessed with high pay

Pay is the new expenses. Tania Mason offers three key messages charities could use when the media puts the sector in the spotlight in its campaign against high pay.

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