13 Sep 2016
DMA white paper calls on charities to recognise that 'donors are most important people in charity' 6
The Direct Marketing Association has today published a white paper setting out the recommendations of its fundraising taskforce, which says fundraisers must recognise the primacy of donors in "the charity process".
There has been a “significant” decrease in the public’s trust and confidence in charities, and the sector is now less trusted than the ordinary man in the street, according to a report published today by the Charity Commission.
Scotland’s decision to essentially go it alone on fundraising self-regulation is hardly surprising. The bigger question is what the decision is going to mean for the rest of the UK and large, cross-border charities, writes Hugh Radojev.
The charity sector has no inbuilt way of measuring the impact of its own actions and must work to be more accountable and transparent, according to a new report by charity think-tank NPC.
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has appointed Ben Gummer as minister for the Cabinet Office and paymaster general, demoting Matt Hancock from the front bench.
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.
Sir Stephen Bubb and Sir Stuart Etherington both warned last night that the traditional charity governance structures may no longer be appropriate for the largest charities.
NCVO is to launch a website explaining how charities work along with a communications toolkit for charities to help them respond to common questions from the public.
Charities must not ignore the public’s concerns over senior pay or overheads, the regulator's director of policy and communications said this morning.