Think carefully before changing your name, says free guide to rebranding

Think carefully before changing your name, says free guide to rebranding

22 May 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Charities considering changing their name must first find out exactly what their staff, beneficiaries and supporters think of the change before proceeding, according to a free guide published today.


Think carefully before changing your name, says free guide to rebranding

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Andrew Flanagan to leave NSPCC

The NSPCC chief executive will step down from his post in March next year following four years in the role.

Majority of trustees say Charities Act 2006 has had little impact on sector

Over 90 per cent of charity trustees think that the Charities Act 2006 has had little impact on charities.

New public benefit guidance 'could inhibit campaigning', warns law firm

The Charity Commission’s new public benefit guidance could be used to clamp down on campaigning by charities and to inhibit the registration of new charities, law firm Bates Wells and Braithwaite has warned in its response to the draft guidance.

Theodore Spyrou, chief executiveMHHP

The Mental Health Helplines Partnership (MHHP) and the Helplines Association (THA) have merged to create a helpline umbrella organisation with a sustainable future.

He was just so nice - an over used word, but I can only ever see Daniel with a smile on his face. Genuine, wickedly funny, intelligent, oozing with foresight and interest.

» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

The panel, from left: Dan Corry, NPC; Dr Caroline Harper, Sightsavers; John Wood, Charity Commission; Joe Saxton, nfpSynergy; Steve Egan, HEFCE

The idea that the Charity Commission has a statutory duty to raise public trust and confidence in charities is “barmy”, the chief executive of the Royal Television Society said yesterday.

Sightsavers to publish balanced scorecard on its website

Sightsavers International plans to be “honest beyond what is necessary” and publish its balanced scorecard on its website for the world to see, according to its chief executive.

Steve Egan, chief executive of the Higher Education Funding Council for England

The government’s new “consumerist approach” to higher education risks reflecting badly on those higher education institutions that are charities, and could tarnish the whole sector, the Charity Commission was told yesterday.

Sam Younger, CEO of the Charity Commission, at yesterday's meeting

The Charity Commission has continued to increase its spending on its website to improve usability, even while making cuts in other areas of the organisation, its chief executive said yesterday.

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