Teenager with incurable cancer raises £1.6m for Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenager with incurable cancer raises £1.6m for Teenage Cancer Trust

24 Apr 2014 | David Ainsworth

A teenager with terminal cancer has raised more than £1.6m for the Teenage Cancer Trust, including £1m in the past two days.


Teenager with incurable cancer raises £1.6m for Teenage Cancer Trust

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RSPCA to carry new strapline after Scottish SPCA dispute

RSPCA adverts will now feature explanation that the charity does not operate in Scotland as part of a memorandum of understanding struck between it and the Scottish SPCA.

Government aid spending does not impact on individual giving

Individual giving to overseas development causes is in no way linked to government spending in the area, according to the latest research.

Gift aid in danger of stalling and research could be self-contradictory

The lack of a firm decision on gift aid in yesterday’s pre-budget report by Alistair Darling has prompted concerns that progress on gift aid might be stalled until after the next election and predictions that research on the topic could be self-contradictory.

Government commits 'up to £75m' for social bank in Pre-Budget Report

The government will commit no more than £75m from dormant bank accounts as initial capital for a Social Investment Wholesale Bank, it announced today in its Pre-Budget Report.

Surely it's for each organisation to decide whether contract delivery fits with their ethos and business model.

» Enterprise skills more valued than fundraising, says UnLtd CEO

Air Ambulance board allows sacked CEO to appeal

The board of the London Air Ambulance charity that sacked chief executive David Philpott after he raised concerns about alleged malpractice by some trustees, has reportedly commissioned an independent review into the circumstances surrounding his dismissal.

Stephen Fry re-tweets Adopt A Word and crashes site

The tremendous power of a Stephen Fry tweet was again felt by children’s communication charity I CAN after a Twitter post about the organisation’s Adopt-A-Word campaign caused the website to crash.

Boswell 'lobbied for years' to change research centre funding system

Institute of Fundraising chief executive Lindsay Boswell had been lobbying for changes to the Centre for Charitable Giving’s funding system since before the centre was set up, he has revealed after resigning from the organisation’s board.

WRVS sets up fraud response team as recession bites

WRVS has established a fraud response team with representatives drawn from four different departments in order to tackle the changing nature of fraudulent activity going on both inside and outside the charity.

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