8 Oct 2015
The Cabinet Office has announced that it has accepted all
of the proposals made in the Etherington Review, including the Fundraising Preference Service, as part of a crack down
on "unethical" fundraising.
London's Air Ambulance has confirmed that it has acquired a second medical helicopter, after raising more than £4m.
MPs, especially Conservatives, want to “have their cake and eat it” by having pictures taken with charities but ignoring their lobbying on policy, MP Wes Streeting told the Labour Party Conference earlier this week.
The director of Islamic Relief UK said that if his charity was being formed today, the climate towards Muslim charities would have stopped it from getting the success it has had.
Charities already register with the Charity Commission; the FRSB costs money that many small charities, doing God's and often the government's work, can ill afford; Olive Cooke did not kill herself over charity solicitations.
Children’s charity CLIC Sargent has announced the appointment of Kate Lee as its new chief executive.
Social media giant Facebook has apologised to the Royal National Institute for the Blind after it lifted a ban on an advert by the organisation which it originally said was “degrading”.
Nuffield Health announced the appointment of new chief executive Steve Gray yesterday, following the resignation of the charity sector’s highest earner, David Mobbs last week.
Over 200 of the UK's largest companies signed up yesterday to back a day of giving in the City of London run by the Lord Mayor's Appeal, including Allianz, Barclays and J.P. Morgan.
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