10 Mar 2014
Mark Hallam, former finance director of RNLI, is claiming constructive dismissal against the charity at an Employment Tribunal in December.
Accusations that Save the Children has been censoring criticism of the energy industry out of fear of upsetting corporate partners is just one negative story that the charity world has woken up to this morning.
RSPCA is to begin a ten-year strategic plan to change public perceptions of the charity.
Margaret Hodge, the chair of the Parliamentary committee which scrutinises how the government spends its money, suggested yesterday that HMRC could regulate the sector and that the Charity Commission could be “a little quango on a bonfire”.
The Charity Commission may be under-resourced and timid as a result of past failures, but the answer is not a bad decision based on the false premise that tax status is all that is important to charitable status.
An investigation by BBC Panorama into charities’ investments and executive pay, featuring Comic Relief and Save the Children, is likely to air next week, civilsociety.co.uk has learned.
The salaries of the chief executives at Britain’s 50 best-known charities has increased at nearly the same pace as the increase in income at those charities, according to a new report.
Last night many people took to Twitter to rally support for smaller charities after the damning criticisms of larger charitable organisations on BBC’s Panorama.
The fallout from the BBC Panorama investigation into Comic Relief's investments has highlighted the ongoing confusion in the sector over the Charity Commission's CC14 guidance.
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