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RSPCA is to begin a ten-year strategic plan to change public perceptions of the charity.
The salaries of the chief executives at Britain’s 50 best-known charities has increased at nearly the same pace as the increase in income at those charities, according to a new report.
Richard Caulfield, chief executive of Voluntary Sector North West, has voiced concerns that the Big Lottery Fund is becoming increasingly aligned with government policy, such as its recent programmes to help support the UK social investment market.
The British Red Cross has launched a new fundraising scheme, inspired by crowdfunding, where donors choose a specific Red Cross project to support, and receive regular updates on its success.
Surely it's for each organisation to decide whether contract delivery fits with their ethos and business model.
Gift aid and other tax reliefs, worth over £1bn to charities, have not been proven to actually increase the amount of money given to good causes, according to a report released today by the National Audit Office.
The damage to fundraising caused by the Daily Telegraph's stories on charity salaries was highlighted yesterday by Martyn Lewis, chair of NCVO, who said five British Red Cross donors withdrew their standing orders as a result.
People who indicate their support for a charity in a public way actually donate less than those who support it privately, according to recent research into ‘slactivism’.
The new shadow minister for civil society argues that while austerity measures have pushed many charities to “crisis point”, many niggling problems in the sector can be traced much further back, and are the responsibility of both government and charities themselves.