Commission investigates charity over concerns it was used for private benefit

Commission investigates charity over concerns it was used for private benefit

29 Jul 2014 | Jenna Pudelek

The Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into grant-giver the Catalyst Trust over concerns about more than £60,000 of “unexplained transactions” and whether the charity has been used for private benefits.


Commission investigates charity over concerns it was used for private benefit

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Media Trust collaborates to deliver citizen journalism project

The Media Trust will employ the services of three different consultancies to help it plan, implement and evaluate its three-year-long newsnet citizen journalism project, funded by the Big Lottery Fund.

John Low, CEO, CAF

The UK has moved up three places in the World Giving Index to become the world’s fifth most charitable nation, according to new research published today.

League Against Cruel Sports accused of acting outside its charitable objects

The Charity Commission has raised concerns with the League Against Cruel Sports, following a complaint made relating to a blog on the charity’s website which threatened to target corporate sponsors of the West Vale Somerset Hunt.

Neighbourhood Watch

New research by the Third Sector Research Centre that attempts to map the extent of community activity taking place around the country suggests that there is a vast amount of activity taking place that gets missed by traditional surveys.

Basically it looks like the government stuffing public money into their friend's pockets without actually expecting them to do anything for it.

» Cabinet Office overruled own grants panel to fund Big Society Network charity

Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo

Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, has launched a scathing verdict of the Big Society in the Financial Times, saying it is "irreparably damaged" as a brand.

King Edward Vii and Queen Mary School

The Charity Tribunal has been asked to review a decision by the Charity Commission to allow two independent schools to merge.

Professor Gareth Morgan

The new law that consolidates all charity legislation for England and Wales received Royal Assent yesterday.

Commission launches mobile website

The Charity Commission has today launched a mobile version of its website to provide information to the public and charities.

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