10 May 2016
The government’s proposed anti-advocacy clause risks turning charities into “silent service-providing machines”, the chief executive of Charity Finance Group, Caron Bradshaw has warned.
As of today, charities must use the new shorter model gift aid declaration template, but sector bodies say they still have concerns.
Genevieve Maitland Hudson says that the rhetoric around 'systems change' can cause more headaches than it cures.
The number of women in finance director roles in the top 100 charities has increased to 24, Charity Finance magazine’s Finance Directors Survey 2016 has revealed.
The JustGiving page started by a fan of The Archers has now raised over £100,000 for domestic violence charity Refuge in response to the ongoing Helen Titchener abuse storyline.
Can't help but think that this issue and many of the other bad news stories to have hit the sector over the last few months are rooted in poor governance.
Alice Sharman finds that women are increasingly taking director roles at the top 100 charities.
Ian Allsop gives his sage advice on how you should vote in the EU referendum.
Macmillan has announced the launch of ‘Summer Lights’, a national mass-participation fundraising event to take place in June.
War on Want has launched a legal complaint and gone to Ipso, the press complaints regulator, to demand a full apology and retraction following a Sunday Telegraph article which suggested the charity was anti-Semitic.