29 Oct 2013
Shadow minister for civil society Gareth Thomas has tabled a series of Parliamentary questions to minister Nick Hurd about the government's funding of Big Society Network and the allocation of Social Action Fund money.
The Fundraising Standards Board has increased its operating surplus by £20,000 and doubled its reserves within one year, according to the regulator’s latest accounts.
As most children are looking forward to scoffing chocolate over the bank holiday weekend, the Private Equity Foundation’s film highlighting the difference the right intervention can make for children living in poverty, is a stark reminder that not all children are so fortunate.
Ben Kernighan, deputy chief executive and director of public policy at NCVO is to join the National Union of Students as chief executive this summer.
These enormous sums, apparent lack of process or control, the impression of pals lining each others' pockets, and dissemblance (at best) combine to look more than scandalous.
Technology and social change hit the headlines this week with a new Google competition to find innovative non-profits changing people's lives through technology. Katie Mountain talks about the potential for technological revolution to effect social change.
The minister of state for care and support has told charities he is positive about the role of civil society in health and social care reform.
Preventing disasters in the first place is obviously preferable to providing relief afterwards, says Andrew Chaggar, but convincing people locally is no easy task.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation has appointed former NPC chief executive Martin Brookes as its new director.
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