Focus on the practical, MP Mordaunt tells charities

Focus on the practical, MP Mordaunt tells charities

23 Jan 2015 | Kirsty Weakley

Penny Mordaunt MP has urged charities to keep the focus on “practical things” in the lead-up to the general election.


Focus on the practical, MP Mordaunt tells charities

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Joe Irvin, CEO, Navca

The results of a new survey of chief officers of Councils for Voluntary Service suggests that uncertainties brought about by last year’s public spending cuts may be subsiding.

Government plans 'decade of social action' for young people

The government has commissioned a report to identify how the voluntary sector, government and business can create a ‘decade of social action’ for young people.

Jackie Ballard will join Womankind Worldwide in September 2012

Jackie Ballard is to leave Action on Hearing Loss, where she has been chief executive for five years, and take up a new role as CEO of the much smaller charity Womankind Worldwide.

VisionFund Asia: Punita from Delhi using her sewing machine to provide an income to support her family

The microfinance arm of World Vision is to refocus its efforts away from Eastern Europe and the Middle East in favour of Asia and Africa, as it has identified that it can help up to 30 times more children in those areas for the same money.

Interesting to note that around 30,000 more people volunteered in the sector, but is this 'real volunteers' or did they have to 'volunteer' to keep food on the plate!

» Charity sector workforce grows by almost 30,000

London mosque denies extremism links

Masjid al-Tawhid Trust has denied the accusations of extremism and links to terrorism that arose last week in the national media in light of a Charity Commission investigation into the London mosque.

Dame Suzi Leather, chair, the Charity Commission

Dame Suzi Leather has warned charities that they must continue to demonstrate that they are fundamentally different from other types of organisations if the sector is to retain public trust.

Islamic charity to impose quota for women on its decision-making committee

The Muslim Council of Britain decided yesterday to impose a minimum quota of 20 per cent for women on its central working committee.

NPC hosts debate on payment of trustees

The importance of the ethos of the voluntary sector, and the perceived excessive regulation of charities, were some of the points discussed at a debate last night on the payment of trustees.

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