Calls for OSCR investigation into Kiltwalk running costs
News

Calls for OSCR investigation into Kiltwalk running costs

5 Mar 2015 | Hugh Radojev

The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator should open an investigation into Scottish fundraising event The Kiltwalk over its high administrative costs, a former event organiser has said.

Share

Calls for OSCR investigation into Kiltwalk running costs

« First | previous | Displaying 3673 to 3680 (of 5790) | next | last »

Giving more expendable than gym membership, survey finds

The urge to stay fit would appear to be stronger than the impulse to give to charity, according to a year-long survey.

Institute, stay true to your guns on Right to Ask

Fundraisers are 'right to ask', and the Institute of Fundraising needs to take this message to the public, says Adrian Beney.

University fundraising tops £500m

UK universities secured over £511m in philanthropic gifts in 2008-09, up from £430m in 2007-08, according to this year’s Ross-CASE survey on higher education philanthropic income.

Big Give match fund aims for £20m

The Big Give is launching another massive match funding scheme this year, partnering with sector specific organisations to raise a target of £20m for charities before Christmas.

A great loss to friends, colleagues and family, but also to the charity sector writ large.

» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

£19m cuts for Arts Council England

Organisations funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport must cut at least 3 per cent from their budget by March 2011, the new coalition government has demanded.

Fundraising sector torn between 'Right to ask' and 'Right to give'

Institute of Fundraising trustees are considering whether ‘Right to give’ might be a better campaign theme for the fundraising sector than the ‘Right to ask’ concept originally proposed.

Pledges pour in to sector benevolent fund

Civil society support for the Charity Employees Benevolent Fund is gathering pace with a number of charities and suppliers to the sector having pledged significant sums.

DCMS consults on changes to Lottery funding allocations

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has said it wishes to protect the level of National Lottery funding received by the voluntary and community sector, and looks to reduce the proportion administered by the Big Lottery Fund from half to 40 per cent.

« First | previous | Displaying 3673 to 3680 (of 5790) | next | last »

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.