13 Sep 2016
Oxfam International has announced that it will move the Oxfam International Secretariat from Oxford, where it was founded, to Nairobi, Kenya.
Sector figures have criticised the Charity Commission’s latest draft guidance about its new official warning powers for not including enough detail about the safeguards and for being “misleading”.
David Ainsworth says that last week's research into public trust and confidence suggests that large charities are viewed as out of touch and unrepresentative by their supporter base, and need to take action to address this.
The Cabinet Office has announced the launch of an £80m fund to tackle complex social problems.
Donor commitment to charities is at an all-time high, despite a tumultuous year for the sector, according to the direct debit processor Rapidata.
There needs to be a complete rethink on board selection, responsibility and business knowledge - after all, a charity is still a business.
Mark Astarita has been voted the most influential person in fundraising for the fourth time in five years in Fundraising Magazine’s annual poll.
Charities should stop looking for a “big bang” moment in digital transformation and instead focus on long term change, Breast Cancer Care’s assistant director of digital said last week.
Why are people less likely to donate to victims of man-made disasters? Adam Pickering explores the numbers.
The Institute of Fundraising has published a consultation document for its members as part of the organisation finalising its strategic priorities for 2016-2020.