11 Feb 2016
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.
Tate members will meet in February to debate whether to wind up the existing members' charity and merge with the Tate Gallery - a move branded "undemocratic and unethical" in a letter to The Times yesterday.
Fundraisers would prefer to build deeper relationships with donors, but cannot do so because charity leaders force them into short-term approaches with "immediate returns on investment", according to a review published today.
When Julia’s House hospice won the Healthcare and Medical Research category at the Charity Awards 2012, it kicked off a chain of events that chief executive Martin Edwards could never have imagined.
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 Fundraising Standards Board has criticised charities for sharing Olive Cooke’s details and for not giving her an easy way to opt out of communications, in its report published today.
The Fundraising Standards Board’s report into charities and Olive Cooke makes grim reading, and shows a need for an urgent change in the sector's mindset, says David Ainsworth.
Over a third of British people are unaware of local charities in their area with no knowledge of the work that they do, according to research by TSB Bank.
Microsoft’s chief executive has announced that the technology firm will donate $1bn (£700m) worth of its cloud services, at market value, to non-profits and university research teams around the world over the next three years.
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