21 Apr 2015
The Institute of Fundraising and the Treasury have agreed a new ‘memorandum of understanding’ to improve working relationships between payroll giving agencies and charities.
Separate legislation requiring higher payouts to charity should be introduced to govern larger commercial society lotteries such as the Health Lottery and the People's Postcode Lottery, a Commons committee has said.
Seventy per cent of charities responding to a survey experienced an increase in demand for services in the last 12 months, and the same number expect an increase in the next 12, according to a report released today.
Charitable foundations are inefficient and are under no pressure to improve, and many of their grants do not achieve their aim, an NPC conference heard yesterday.
The Big Lottery Fund has promised to simplify and shorten applications and to try to move away from a top-down approach in its strategic framework for the six years up to 2021, published today.
Why shouldn't charities pay celebrities if they consider it a good investment?
Battersea Arts Centre received a £1m renovation grant from Chancellor George Osborrne yesterday, to help with the repair work required after parts of the building were extensively damaged by fire.
Two peers warned arts organisations that they are too reliant on major donors and need to diversify their income streams, as they hosted the launch of the National Funding Scheme’s event fundraising platform.
This week we highlight how Marie Curie, Anthony Nolan and others have celebrated International Happiness Day and Muslim Aid encourages donations following excitement over the eclipse.
John Stone, founder of one the UK’s largest international grant makers, outlined to an audience of fundraisers how best to attract major donors.
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