5 Jul 2016
Bodies like Acevo and NCVO have failed to provide proper leadership and lacked a concerted response in defending charities from public criticism, Oxfam's director of communications said this week.
Several housing charities are seeking to de-register themselves with the Charity Commission because they believe it "lacks the resources" to manage new rules over housing stock.
Kirsty Weakley considers the implications of yesterday’s Charity Commission board announcement.
Our weekly round-up of interesting and outlandish information, collected from the corners of the charity sector.
The Cabinet Office has advertised for three new board members for the Charity Commission and reappointed four others, including making one, Eryl Besse, the deputy chair.
Can't help but think that this issue and many of the other bad news stories to have hit the sector over the last few months are rooted in poor governance.
The “vital work” of charities has been damaged by aggressive fundraisers at some charities which had lost their way, the chair of the Charity Commission has written today in an article for The Times.
The treasurer of Oxfam International has questioned whether being a registered charity is worth the regulatory burden, and suggested charities could want to give up their registration and become social enterprises instead.
Landlord raises charity’s rent by 400,000 per cent; cafe owner argues with charity over huge boulder
Our regular round-up of the top stories about charities in the mainstream media.
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