13 Sep 2016
The number of charity chief executives complaining about “interfering chairs” has risen sharply since the collapse of Kids Company, leading to new tensions at the heart of the charity sector, according to the chief executives' body Acevo.
The Garden Bridge Trust has defended a decision to postpone the filing of its next full set of accounts with both Companies House and the Charity Commission by five months.
William Shawcross has said in an interview with the Financial Times that he does not think all trustees should be paid but that the Charity Commission looks “sympathetically” on requests to do so from charities.
Cazenove's Emily Petersen sheds light on the economic outlook after Brexit for the UK's charitable investors.
I am not against more effective regulation but the driver for this regulation must be based on sounder footings than just to appease the media because the media will be back with negative stories regardless.
The Inspiring Impact programme, a free digital impact measurement service managed by New Philanthropy Capital, has launched two new versions of its ‘Measuring Up!’ tool.
The Charity Commission has confirmed that it has “engaged” with the Royal British Legion and is seeking clarification over its dispute with its women’s section in light of recent media attention.
The Fundraising Regulator has published for consultation its plans for the Fundraising Preference Service, including a new proposal that donors will have to renew their registration every two years.
The Fundraising Regulator today published full proposals for its Fundraising Preference Service, including some new measures likely to please fundraisers. We summarise the main points.