13 Nov 2014
The Fundraising Standards Board has upheld a complaint against the agency GoGen over a telephone fundraising call made to a woman with dementia.
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew has appointed a contractor to carry out a £24m restoration project on its Temperate House - the world’s largest remaining Victorian glasshouse.
Charities could be damaging supporters’ confidence in them and even promoting competitors if they chop and change their brand properties, a new study suggests.
Our weekly round-up of outlandish and interesting information collected from the corners of the charity sector.
It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.
A collection of Wedgwood artefacts that was under threat of being sold to pay for the now-defunct organisation’s pension deficit, has been saved thanks to a public appeal by the Art Fund.
Setting targets and fundraising for individual events, rather than mass charity-organised challenges, are key to the “perfect ask” and maximising online donations, new research by economists at the University of Warwick suggests.
The Charity Commission has appointed Pesh Framjee of Crowe Clark Whitehill as interim manager of Afghan Poverty Relief, following the sentencing of two of its trustees for theft from the charity.