29 Oct 2013
Cancer Research UK has signed up 16 high-flying philanthropists to the development board to lead its £100m fundraising campaign for the Francis Crick Institute.
The union Unite and Intern Aware have called on charities to stop unpaid internships, saying it breeds elitism.
As Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity seeks to expand its remit to provide support to any child with significant unmet needs, it has asked for the wider sector's feedback on its proposals.
Allison Ogden-Newton, former chief executive of Social Enterprise London, has this month joined World Child Cancer in the same role.
The Private Equity Foundation and Impetus Trust, whose merger to become Impetus – PEF is expected to be completed by June, have announced a proposed new board for their amalgamated organisation.
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Some Navca members have voiced concern over the umbrella body's direction since chief executive Joe Irvin joined in 2012, with one leaving in protest at its relationship with Acevo.
Dawn Austwick, chief executive of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, will lead the Big Lottery Fund from this Autumn.
Crime Reduction Initiatives, the £80m-turnover drug and alcohol support charity, is restructuring its operations into two distinct divisions in order to capitalise on the government’s new offender rehabilitation agenda.
Two charity sector leaders have taken to Twitter to complain that the new Charity Commission board only includes one person from the sector, with Debra Allcock Tyler calling for responsibility of appointing the board to be removed from a government minister.
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