12 Feb 2015
The website of the Women’s Resource Centre has been hacked by a pro-Isis group and its homepage replaced with the message “I love isis and Jihad”.
Donors are being lost as fast as they’re being recruited. The sector’s future depends on mastering retention; Roger Craver explains how.
The Commission has criticised a charity for not taking enough action when its chair was charged with offences relating to sexual assault against a child, in an operational compliance report published today.
Central government departments must do more to improve the way they monitor and implement the Compact, according to a report by the National Audit Office.
In Su Sayer’s final year as chief executive of United Response, the charity she founded 40 years earlier posted record income of £77m and had reserves of £14.2m.
The “formalised systems of volunteer management” has been driven by legislation, safeguarding vulnerable adults and health and safety as well as leading umbrella organisation like the NCVO.
Christian Aid has joined the ranks of living wage employers and announced that it has been accredited by the Living Wage Foundation to hold itself accountable.
The Scottish government has raised the maximum income threshold for charities that are able to claim an exemption or discount on their water and sewerage bills from £66,000 to £300,000.
What do you do when a new chair of trustees manipulates ‘good practice’ to further his personal agenda for the charity?Two practitioners offer their views in this case study of poor governance.
The Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund is in its fourth year supporting small, local community groups and charities in the UK and Ireland. Michelle Frost, general manager at Mars Chocolate Drinks and Treats, explains how the company is trying to make life sweeter for the sector.