7 Mar 2016
The Charity Commission revised its guidance on fundraising too fast, and does not properly explain its own role in the new regulatory structure, NCVO said in a consultation response submitted yesterday.
It is “nonsense” to respond to criticism about charities by saying the sector is under attack, an audience of fundraisers heard yesterday.
Vicky Browning makes the case for taking back ownership of the word 'charity' and suggests some steps that the sector can take.
Trustees should be involved in raising money for their charities so they can see how difficult it is, the chief executive of Macmillan told the Fundraising Live conference today.
The challenge isn't with telephone fundraising, direct mail or 'chugging' per se. The challenge is treating donors as people worthy of respect.
Lord Grade, chair of the Fundraising Regulator, has today announced the eight people who will make up its board.
Stephen Dunmore, interim chief executive of the Fundraising Regulator, offers Hugh Radojev his insight into the handover process from the FRSB, timescales for the Fundraising Preference Service and the issues facing the regulator over the next year.
Small charities could be cut off from their supporters because people will use the Fundraising Preference Service without thinking of local organisations, according to a document handed to the chair of the FPS working group.
The Times today accused Friends of the Earth of “altering documents” and “deceiving” the Charity Commission, but the regulator said its guidance had not been contravened, and the charity described the story as "nonsense".