29 Oct 2013
The Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations has criticised the Scottish regulator, OSCR, for stepping “outside its regulatory remit” in draft guidance produced for charities on the Scottish independence referendum.
In the face of looming public spending cuts, John May, the chief executive of Young Enterprise argues the benefits of maintaining investment in volunteering.
CAN Mezzanine is offering voluntary organisations free meeting room space for their next trustee meeting, at CAN's new Old Street office in London.
A charity supporting those struggling to cope with sudden or unexpected changes has employed Major General Matthew Sykes, defence services secretary for the Ministry of Defence, as its new chief executive.
At a time when the NHS and Local Authorities are being told to put everything out to competitive tendering it is rank hypocrisy and smacks of cronyism to learn that Government favoured schemes do not have to follow suit.
Jason Bennett has been appointed the first chief executive of the Welsh Social Enterprise Coalition.
The Liberal Democrats have promised to simplify criminal records checks, increase gift aid by 1 per cent and allow banks to let people operate charitable giving accounts alongside their current accounts, in their manifesto released today.
Society will make the final decision on Catholic Care discrimination, says Daniel Phelan.
The Conservatives have emphasised ‘Big Society’ solutions to its recurring complaint about broken society in its manifesto, but offered little new strategies for the voluntary sector.
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