12 Feb 2015
A charity set up in memory of Damilola Taylor, the schoolboy who was stabbed to death in south London, could be saved from closure after a telephone fundraising agency stepped in to provide funding.
Over 200 MPs and parliamentary candidates have signed up to Volunteering England’s pledge to strengthen volunteering.
A number of wealthy philanthropists, a breed of donor often known for trying to keep a low profile, have joined a video-based online venture designed to give philanthropists a voice and change British culture around major giving.
A likely alliance of private bankers and lawyers have joined forces to boost the take up of philanthropy advice services by the UK’s rich, amid grumblings that the quality and regulation of the philanthropy advice industry in the country is disappointing.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
The Retail Trust and Skillsmart Retail have urged charity shop staff to apply for one of ten prestigious training scholarships at Oxford University, worth £2,000 each.
Charities will have more opportunity to win government contracts under a Conservative government, but it will also be expected to deliver much greater productivity and scale, Shadow Chancellor George Osbourne told a summit of civil society leaders yesterday.
I've been struck this week by two developments about the way we view our mortality and our money. On Tuesday, the King's Fund published a report on the future of social care funding - a current political hot potato. Securing good care for more people updates the review of social care led by Sir Derek Wanless and published by the Fund in 2006.