FRSB and ICO will investigate after Daily Mail makes fresh claims about charities selling contact lists
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1 Sep 2015 | Hugh Radojev

The Fundraising Standards Board and information regulator have both said that they will investigate "concerning" allegations in today's Daily Mail about charities selling a dementia sufferer's contact details to catalogue scammers.

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Virgin Money Foundation open for applications

The Virgin Money Foundation announced its first round of funding earlier this week, worth £2m in the next year, but has been criticised for not being more generous to the North East by an MP for Newcastle upon Tyne.

Bupa UK infographic

The Bupa UK Foundation has announced that up to £1m of grant funding is available to support mid-life mental health-focused projects.

£1m new fund makes grants available to charities working with young people

A fund worth more than £1m is open to application today for charities working to support and encourage youth social action.

Trusts and foundations 'are too centred on London and the South East of England', says DSC report

Grant making trusts and foundations focus too heavily on London and the South East of England over the rest of the UK, according to a new report by the Directory of Social Change.

Why shouldn't charities pay celebrities if they consider it a good investment?

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Paul Hamlyn Foundation unveils new grants strategy

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has today launched its new strategy that will see the grantmaker increase the amount it gives away each year from £20m to £25m.

War Child UK plans to almost triple its income in five years

War Child has embarked on an "ambitious" growth plan to increase its income to £20m by 2019.

WPP

The chief executive of the world’s biggest advertising company WPP, has donated £21m worth of shares to his own charity, the JMCMRJ Sorrell Foundation.

 Esmée Fairbarn launches new grantmaking strategy

The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation has launched a new funding strategy which will include a focus on giving unrestricted grants, offering long-term funding, and supporting smaller charities.

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