7 Jul 2015
Richard Taylor has announced that he will be staying on as the director of fundraising at Cancer Research UK because his planned move to consumer charity Which? is "no longer tenable".
Fundraising Magazine will be at the Institute of Fundraising Convention next week to bring you all the latest news and updates. Editor Stephen Cotterill identifies the big issues.
Charities and funders need to “get each other better” the chair of Big Lottery Fund England has said.
The People’s Postcode Lottery has announced it will increase the amount of money awarded to charity to 27.5 per cent of the price of each lottery ticket.
The move to longer term funding is great; this is one of the biggest complaints we get from the young people that we work with; they often ask "why is it that as soon as they get a project/activity that we like and benefit from, it gets taken away."
Plans to limit the number of communications from charities to donors won't work, says Richard Hill, founder of Media Watch. But the sector must work harder to plan its interactions better.
The Advertising Standards Authority has rejected a complaint that Plan UK’s “anti-child marriage” TV advert misled audiences and has said it will take no further action.
Fundraising think tank Rogare has today called upon the minister for civil society to create a fourth, independent fundraising body based on the Committee of Advertising Practice, to “devise and own” the Code of Fundraising Practice.
Fundraising charities with incomes over £1m would have to join the FRSB, according to amendments proposed and later withdrawn at the committee stage of the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill yesterday.
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