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.
A new £3m grant programme will encourage British community groups to improve links with communities in the developing world in a bid to improve understanding and tackle global poverty.
Thousands of mini-grants worth £300 will be given out to directly to young people through a new initiative which aims to address the negative stereotypes around young people in the UK this week.
Minister for the third sector Angela Smith has been challenged to reveal the true cost to charities of the forthcoming music licensing changes, after she claimed in parliament that the predicted figure of £20m was “an overstatement”.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
The Charity Technology Trust has partnered with BT to offer charities the first automated system for collecting credit or debit card details via telephone that is certified as tier-one compliant with the card payment industry's data security standards.
Less than six months after announcing it would revolutionise online fundraising by offering its service for free, fundraising sponsorship website Bmycharity has announced it is to shut down after failing to raise enough funds.
It is interesting to see that Crisis are yet again in merger discussions. The number of mergers we are seeing in the sector can only be a good thing even if they are driven by necessity.