7 Mar 2016
Lord Grade, chair of the Fundraising Regulator, has today announced the eight people who will make up its board.
Vicky Browning makes the case for taking back ownership of the word 'charity' and suggests some steps that the sector can take.
The Daily Telegraph has printed a clarification to its report accusing charities of spending too little on “good works”, and has made a number of changes to the online version of the story.
A man has been jailed after claiming he was raising funds for charity while actually collecting cash to help a British jihadi travel to Syria.
More than 140 charity leaders have written to the Prime Minister calling on him to reverse the decision to add an anti-advocacy clause into grant agreements.
Can't help but think that this issue and many of the other bad news stories to have hit the sector over the last few months are rooted in poor governance.
The Charity Commission has defended its inquiry into the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Britain, following the Jehovah’s Witness charity's fourth appeal against what it describes as an "unlawful investigation".
Trustees should be involved in raising money for their charities so they can see how difficult it is, the chief executive of Macmillan told the Fundraising Live conference today.
Stephen Dunmore, interim chief executive of the Fundraising Regulator, offers Hugh Radojev his insight into the handover process from the FRSB, timescales for the Fundraising Preference Service and the issues facing the regulator over the next year.
Age UK has suspended an energy deal it recommended to pensioners, and which a Sun investigation claimed led supporters to overpay for gas and electricity.