12 Feb 2015
The chief executive of Camelot has said that reducing the regulation around society lotteries may not actually increase money for good causes, as others have suggested.
New donors setting up Charities Aid Foundation Trust Accounts gave £70m in the first quarter of 2010, more than triple the £20m given for the same period in 2009.
A rare book donated to an Oxfam book store has raised £37,200 when sold at auction last week. The windfall represents the largest sum ever accrued through the sale of a donated item at auction by Oxfam.
Unsurprisingly organisers of the London Marathon are outraged by the recent Dispatches programme.
The Institute of Fundraising is offering bursaries for small charities to attend its IT Special Interest Group’s annual conference.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
The Conservatives have revived an abandoned proposal to re-name the Office for the Third Sector the Office for Civil Society, and has pitched the voluntary sector as key to delivering its Big Society agenda.
Donors to charities are not optimistic about the future of Britain’s 'giving' economy, but the majority say they have not changed their giving habits yet.
The dilemma facing GirlGuiding Scotland is fascinating. We are all used to watching charities struggle with whether or not to accept donations from certain companies whose motivations may not be entirely honourable, but it is rare to see this kind of debate over legacy pledges.