29 Sep 2016
The UK’s leading charity infrastructure bodies have seen their income fall by a quarter in the last four years, according to research conducted by Charity Finance magazine.
The True and Fair Foundation, which has previously been criticial of large charities' spending on fundraising, is charging £50 or £100 per ticket to a charity variety concert, which is raising money for four small charities.
The chief executive of Walking with the Wounded has told The Times that some military charities “sensationalise” the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on returned veterans in order to raise more money from the public.
The minister for civil society has written to 8,000 solicitors in England, Wales and Scotland, encouraging them to highlight the opportunity of leaving a gift to charity in their client’s wills as part of Remember a Charity week.
To encourage the sector’s HR Directors to offer opportunities to younger people is not in any way undervaluing the importance and significance of older workers.
Andrew O’Brien reflects on the relationship between the voluntary sector and the Conservative Party during the Cameron years, and considers what the future holds under Theresa May.
Community accounting services have “died a death in London”, after failing to develop social enterprise models, according to the chief executive of Community Accounting Plus.
Society Diary: Gina Miller’s all-singing, all-dancing, charity extravaganza and the sector’s newest beard 1
Our weekly round-up of interesting and outlandish information, collected from the corners of the charity sector.
Some trustees are guilty of “dysfunctional politeness” because they fear appearing disruptive at board meetings, according to the chair of the Association of Chairs, Ruth Lesirge.