7 Jul 2015
Fundraising think tank Rogare has today called upon the minister for civil society to create a fourth, independent fundraising body based on the Committee of Advertising Practice, to “devise and own” the Code of Fundraising Practice.
A groundswell of discontent about face-to-face fundraising is building in Edinburgh, as a national newspaper backs calls from business leaders and politicians for a crackdown on chugging.
The Advertising Standards Authority looks set to extend its remit to include communications on websites, and other non-paid-for space online, such as social networks.
The RSPCA and three other large charities have issued a statement warning of huge implications for the sector if the RSPCA loses its forthcoming appeal against the High Court ruling that cost it a £2m legacy.
A Freedom of Information request has been lodged with the Scotland Office to find out what action is being taken against charities that claim on TV ads to be UK-wide but do not actually operate in Scotland.
The move to longer term funding is great; this is one of the biggest complaints we get from the young people that we work with; they often ask "why is it that as soon as they get a project/activity that we like and benefit from, it gets taken away."
Young people leaving care, older people with dementia and their carers will be the focus of a new £50m Big Lottery Fund in Scotland.
Female interim managers working in charities earned 15 per cent less than their male counterparts during the six months from June to December last year, new research shows.
The legacy market is in significant strife and is unlikely to return to pre-recession levels for another two years, according to a report released today.
A new community foundation launching today in Dorset will offer donors a new level of control over their gifts.
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