7 Oct 2014
Helen Stephenson is leaving her post as director of the Office for Civil Society and being replaced by Mark Fisher, currently social justice director at the Department for Work and Pensions.
An appeal by The Disasters Emergency Committee for people affected by the Gaza conflict raised £14m in the first
The Stroke Association has ambitious plans to grow its income from corporate partnerships from just over £1m to £5m a year by 2018, according to James Hails, its head of corporate partnerships.
Twitter has announced plans to allow users to donate to charity through the social media platform, as well as to buy products from commercial retailers, and is currently testing the service in the US.
Dispatches was a “hatchet job masquerading as investigative journalism”, but we must confront its allegations of unethical practice, says Ian MacQuillin.
"Stick to their knitting". Who on earth do you think you are Mr Newmark. You've probably just plummeted the Conservative Party so far down the polls they'll never recover.
The new minister for civil society will have to decide what he thinks about chuggers and telephone fundraising, says Ian Allsop.
CharityComms is establishing a working group to look at how charities can be more proactive in explaining how they work and respond to criticism, in a bid to maintain public trust and confidence in the sector.
The widespread public perception that a compensation culture pervades UK society is a big problem that deters people from volunteering, Justin Davis Smith, NCVO's volunteering chief, told Parliament last week.
An adviser to a new charitable incorporated organisation that spent more than a year trying to open a bank account has blasted Barclays for its onerous demands and disproportionate due diligence.
26 Nov 2014
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