7 Oct 2014
Social investment is not reaching its potential because trustees feel "alienated" by the language used, the chief executive of Leonard Cheshire Disability told a fringe event at the Conservative Party Conference yesterday.
An adviser to a new charitable incorporated organisation that spent more than a year trying to open a bank account has blasted Barclays for its onerous demands and disproportionate due diligence.
The NSPCC has hosted gardens at two of the Royal Horticultural Society’s
flagship events in the hope that relationships with new legacy donors
and major givers would blossom. Alex Mcdowell judges their success.
The Royal Mail Group is aiming to raise at least £2m over the next two years for its new charity partner the Stroke Association.
Charities are not elected, and in their reports and press releases they claim an authority they may/should not enjoy.
There is much to measure in fundraising and of course it is vital that donors’ money is spent as efficiently as possible, and invested in the right campaigns. But are fundraisers measuring the right things? Jenna Pudelek reports.
Things got heated this summer as fundraisers rallied to defend telephone fundraising, but when things cool down will there be a joint effort to explain the technique to supporters? Jenna Pudelek ponders.
Volunteering is at a ten-year high with 26 per cent of people carrying out some volunteering in the last three months, and more men are volunteering than women, according to new research by nfpSynergy.
Charities minister Brooks Newmark has said charities have “every right to campaign within the law” and that "I wholeheartedly agree” with the idea that charities should advocate on behalf of their beneficiaries.
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