7 Jul 2015
Facing two days of more devastating rainfall in flood-stricken Pakistan, Concern Worldwide and the British Red Cross have today launched appeals and released emergency funding for the relief effort.
An Animal Aid advertisement claiming brutality and poor monitoring in the UK slaughterhouse industry has been banned by the advertising regulator on the grounds that some of its claims were misleading.
The Department for International Development is seeking industry feedback for a proposed results-focused poverty alleviation fund.
The Institute of Fundraising and Fundraising Standards Board have officially launched a campaign to get landowners to report on charities' dodgy Three Peaks challenge fundraising events.
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The Office for Civil Society has announced that it will cut £11m from its 2010/11 budget.
A corporate partnership between retailer Spar UK and children’s charities NSPCC and Children 1st has surpassed its ambitious £2m fundraising target.
The Heritage Lottery Fund has defended its role as “essential” amid warnings from Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt that the funder’s future is under review.
Students and academics at Oxford University are reportedly outraged that the institution has accepted a £3.25m donation from a foundation with links to Trafigura, an oil trading company which was this week found guilty in a European court of dumping toxic waste in West Africa.
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