7 Jul 2015
Our weekly round-up of outlandish and interesting information collected
from the corners of the charity sector.
Natural England’s volunteers provided a market value of over £3.5m worth of work in 2011, according to new research released for Volunteers’ Week.
The next chair of the Charity Commission will have to do the job in a day less a week, and for less money, than the outgoing chair Dame Suzi Leather.
The ban on Royal Albert Hall trustees profiting from the sale of their debenture seat tickets has been overturned by its members.
Tomorrow’s People claims there has been ‘misinformation’ surrounding reports of poor conditions of its unpaid clients working at the Diamond Jubilee, and is speaking to each volunteer to verify what happened.
They need to look outside their own organisation and look at others who are doing similar work to see if they are doing it better or more efficiently. If they are, that doesn't mean they should immediately close or seek to merge but it does mean that something needs to change.
More than half of English and Welsh small to medium-sized charities have seen interest in volunteering rise, but nearly a third are unable to cope with the demand, a survey has revealed.
The panel at today’s launch of a guide designed to help charity leaders tackle fraud stressed the sector’s need to increase its focus on the issue if it is to cut a £1.1bn loss.
The Blue Apple Theatre Group is the 1,000th recipient of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
In the face of a united charity sector opposing the government’s cap on tax relief for donations, the Chancellor has backed down. Well done, team, says Celina Ribeiro.
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