12 Feb 2015
The Big Lottery Fund has awarded £150m to a new community grantmaking foundation to help individuals transform their local neighbourhoods.
The Big Lottery Fund will this month announce the first 50 communities to benefit from a £200m fund which will give residents power over funding projects.
The amount of gift aid income reclaimed from HMRC by charities has passed the £1bn mark for the first time, reaching £1.01bn in the 2009-10 financial year.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
The Third Sector Research Centre and the Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy have released a new report which suggests that the biggest charities are not becoming increasingly dominant in the voluntary sector.
The Charity Commission has updated its guidance on fundraising, spelling out trustees’ responsibilities to ensure fundraising is legal, ethical and profitable and outlining the self-regulation system in order to help maintain public trust and confidence in charities.
Asylum-seeker clients of Refugee and Migrant Justice are taking the Justice and Home Secretaries to court in a bid to force the government to stump up close to £1m to cover the costs of transferring their legal cases to other lawyers.