5 Jul 2016
The voluntary sector’s poor understanding of the potential technology could have is one of the barriers to scaling new tools, the co-founder of a charity that champions technology for good said yesterday.
Richard Weaver outlines the perennial considerations when it comes to restricted and unrestricted funds.
The UK’s 50 largest charities have seen the combined deficit on their pension schemes rise by a third over the past two years, according to research by Charity Finance magazine and the accountancy firm BDO.
All ten charities named by the Charity Commission for scrutiny over their use of direct mail share the same charity law firm, Bircham Dyson Bell, but the firm has said it was acting in good faith, and criticised the regulator.
Charities’ responses to a rash of critical stories in national newspapers prompted the ire of Oxfam’s communications director last week. David Ainsworth asks whether he’s right and it’s time the sector fought back.
There needs to be a complete rethink on board selection, responsibility and business knowledge - after all, a charity is still a business.
Nearly 200 voluntary groups have been granted a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the Cabinet Office announced today.
Global Customer Acquisition Ltd, a fundraising agency with close links to the Fundraising Initiatives Group, has gone into liquidation, according to documents filed with Companies House.
The Scottish Government has announced that it is has awarded £1.1m worth of funding to 117 voluntary organisations to encourage people from disadvantaged backgrounds to “receive training and help to become volunteers”.