13 Nov 2014
Age UK spent £1.81m on 120 redundancies in 2014, on top of £1.17m last year, as part of a review of the structure of the organisation, according to its latest annual accounts.
Iain Duncan Smith has expressed support for a statutory funding philosophy based on social return on investment that he says could change the culture of national and local government.
Over half of volunteering organisations believe the new Vetting and Barring scheme will make it harder for them to recruit volunteers, according to research from Volunteering England.
The demand for philanthropic advisors by major donors has been steadily rising over the past few years, but how can charities work through the advisers to access their wealthy clients? Lena Schreiber lifts the veil over the world of philanthropy advice.
It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.
Civil society organisations should be a shining example for workplace equality. Where are all the women at the top of our profession, asks Rowena Lewis.
It is not just major donors and new philanthropists who want to support effective charities, the prompts for giving are complex across the giving spectrum. Beth Breeze discusses the latest research on how donors select which charities to support.
Kidney Research UK is taking no prisoners. From the frontline to the chief executive, everyone has responsibility for fundraising. Peter Storey explains the charity’s brave reinvention
Charities should look to build relationships with companies working in financial services, manufacturing and construction as those three sectors are likely to enjoy the quickest recovery as the economy begins to strengthen.