13 Nov 2014
There needs to be a rebalancing of the relationship between the voluntary sector and government, shadow minister for civil society Lisa Nandy said today.
Sir Nicholas Young, chief executive of the British Red Cross, has hit out at the collective refusal of corporate donors to fund charities’ overheads.
Winning the Overall Award at the Charity Awards last year has helped CSV to increase by nearly five times the number of families helped by its winning Volunteers in Child Protection programme.
New research from Sheffield Hallam University which explores charities’ compliance with the legal requirement to report on their public benefit has found that nearly half failed to submit a properly-approved Trustees’ Annual Report to the Charity Commission last year.
The vast majority of fee-charging charities do not discuss in their Trustees’ Annual Report whether the level of fees restricts people from benefiting from their services, new research suggests.
It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.
The Charity Commission has outlined its initial analysis of the Sheffield Hallam University research into public benefit reporting
Many of the UK’s biggest public-service-delivery charities are defying the odds in the face of the government’s spending cuts, with many even predicting net growth over the next year or two.
Writing this column is no laughing matter for Ian Allsop.
Downing Street staff volunteered for Blue Sky Development & Regeneration today, as part of its Social Action project with the Charity Award-winning organisation.
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