13 Nov 2014
BeatBullying will go into administration after suffering “significant financial difficulties”, the charity’s trustees have said in a statement.
The Charity Commission has said it will consult the sector before devising its “good-enough” index of admin costs.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson resisted associating his newly-launched £4.5m pan-London volunteering programme with the Big Society agenda today, saying he would not get involved in “categorising” the scheme.
The anti-nuclear campaign film Countdown to Zero sets out to frighten viewers into supporting the associated Global Zero campaign. But Tania Mason reckons there is a word for people who go around spreading terror.
Despite pessimism for the financial situation of their organisations, 82 per cent of charities plan to retain or increase the extent of services they offer, according to the NCVO's latest Charity Forecast Survey, published today.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
Mencap has signed up Katie Price to support its three-year national campaign against disability hate crime.
The Association of Charity Officers has changed its name to the Association of Charitable Organisations and increased the size of its trustee board from four to 11.
Charity staff have the chance to trade places with civil servants as part of a work shadowing scheme rolling out this September.
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