13 Sep 2016
Sutton Council has admitted accepting over £15,000 worth of charity donations for a charity it failed to set up.
A building preservation charity committed “serious regulatory” blunders, including misuse of funds and assets, the Charity Commission said today.
Karl Wilding, public policy director at NCVO today hosted a discussion on the implications for charities of the European Union referendum result. You can rewatch it here.
A recent media story has once again illustrated the importance of charities avoiding inadvertently giving employment and wider workers’ rights to volunteers. David Evans, partner at Doyle Clayton, offers some advice.
There needs to be a complete rethink on board selection, responsibility and business knowledge - after all, a charity is still a business.
The Charity Commission will meet with charities shortly to set out its view of the rules on campaigning and lobbying in the post-referendum environment, the chief executive of the regulator said yesterday.
Both individual and organisational membership of Institute of Fundraising has grown over the last year, leading to a 5 per cent increase in its income, according to its latest set of accounts.
The result of the EU Referendum shows that the sector risks being seen as part of the “London Metropolitan elite” by those it is supposed to represent, the Institute of Fundraising Convention was warned yesterday.
Opt-in only fundraising is not as detrimental to a charity’s bottom line as had been feared, the executive director of fundraising and marketing at Cancer Research UK has said.