Cabinet Office fund 'cost sector more than grants given'

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3 Apr 2014 | Finance | David Ainsworth

A Cabinet Office fund may have cost the sector more in application costs than it received in grants, a charity chief executive has claimed.


Cabinet Office fund 'cost sector more than grants given'

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Lord Hodgson

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Ray Jones

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Francis Maude, minister for the Cabinet Office

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Lisa Nandy, shadow minister for civil society

Shadow minister for civil society Lisa Nandy has warned that charity leadership needs to tackle the problem of unfair pay ratios in charities, saying she has found a gulf between what people at the top and those on the frontline in charities say about pay.

St Anthony's Hospital

The Daughters of the Cross of Liege, the UK’s 69th largest charity by income, has confirmed that it will sell its private hospital, St Anthony’s, to Spire Healthcare, in spite of fierce opposition from local residents and politicians.

Joe Irvin, chief executive of Navca

Joe Irvin, chief executive of Navca, has suggested grants from the Big Lottery Fund are tied to a ‘voucher’ to buy in support services which will build the sustainability or longer-term resilience of the project or organisation.

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