12 Feb 2015
Proposals from the Smith Commission to give Scotland powers over the rate of income tax will have “significant implications” for tax relief on donations, charity infrastructure bodies said today.
Charities working in the refugee and asylum sector have warned the government that unless it stumps up the legal aid fees it owes to Refugee and Migrant Justice, the advocacy charity will have to close its doors, leaving 10,000 vulnerable people without a lawyer.
Shaw Trust chief executive Sally Burton has finalised the executive management structure that she hopes will see her vision for a more enterprising organisation through to fruition.
Charity Finance reporter Vibeka Mair compiles a comprehensive guide to common investment prices from the past month.
Quarter two results highlight the importance of income from grants and fees as voluntary income continues to slide, reports Diane Sim.
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.
Our economic woes are not over yet and charities must rethink investment strategies to survive, says Chris Wyllie.
The new government’s first few months in power will be tough in terms of spend but will also produce real opportunities for charities to influence policy, according to pollster Peter Harlock.
Scope has begun its first foray into leveraged fundraising with a scheme which will ask high net worth individuals for loans as well as donations.