10 Sep 2015
William Shawcross has said that if the self-regulation of fundraising cannot be sorted out then the Charity Commission could do it - if the government provided it with extra resources.
Jasmine Whitbread, the chief executive of Save the Children International, will leave the charity at the end of the year after five years in the role.
As she prepares to stand down as chief executive, Catherine Johnstone outlines the way that Samaritans’ values have underpinned the development of its new six-year strategy.
The challenge isn't with telephone fundraising, direct mail or 'chugging' per se. The challenge is treating donors as people worthy of respect.
John Tate reviews the latest developments in accounting software but doubts whether they will deliver the systems integration charities require.
The government will legislate to restrict how charities raise funds from vulnerable people and has asked Sir Stuart Etherington to conduct a review of self-regulation, according to a statement released today.
Charities must amend their fundraising practices or face government legislation, the leader of the House of Commons, Chris Grayling suggested yesterday.
All charities must follow recommended good practice or explain why, the Charity Commission has said as part of the launch of its new "clearer and more concise" guidance for all trustees.