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Fundraisers accused of driving 92-year-old poppy seller to suicide 7

15 May 2015 | Fundraising | Emily Corfe

The charity sector has been accused of hounding a 92-year-old woman to death with a barrage of fundraising letters and phone calls.


Fundraisers accused of driving 92-year-old poppy seller to suicide

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Grant Thornton assistant manager pleads guilty to embezzling £726,000 of charity cash

A former assistant manager at Grant Thornton UK has pleaded guilty to embezzling over £726,000 from trusts set up to help charities.

Credit: Tom Hull

The NSPCC has targeted raising £2.3m in the Virgin London Marathon 2016 after being named today as the official partner.

Less than half of people believe charity chief executives should be paid

Fewer than one in two members of the public believe that the chief executives of charities should be paid a wage, according to a new report by research consultancy nfpSynergy.

Top 50 most influential survey 2015 now open

Fundraising Magazine’s 50 Most Influential poll is open for voting for the next six weeks.

A giant of the charity sector, but an even greater friend. I am truly devastated that Dave is no longer with us.

» Former Citizens Advice chief David Harker dies

Director of Muslim Charities Forum to step down after six years

Abdurahman Sharif, the executive director of Muslim Charities Forum, will step down after six years in which he said the sector has faced challenges but has shown solidarity and strength.

Nepal earthquake credit Krish Dulal

The government will give £2m to the British Red Cross and make another £3m available for charities and other bodies involved in relief efforts in Nepal, following an earthquake which killed more than 3,600 people.

Telephone and doorstep fundraising 'most annoying', survey finds

Almost half of people find it “very annoying” when charity fundraisers ask for money on their doorsteps or over the phone, according to a new set of survey data from nfpSynergy. 

Unicef receives controversial £1.5m donation from Thomas Cook over Corfu deaths

Holiday firm Thomas Cook has made a donation to Unicef worth half the £3m compensation it received from a Corfu hotel where two children on holiday died in 2006.

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