13 Mar 2014
Groundwork has today announced that Graham Duxbury, currently its development director, is to become its new chief executive, replacing Sir Tony Hawkhead.
Catholic Care (Diocese of Leeds) will today appeal to the High Court as it seeks exemption from equality laws which require it to allow homosexuals to use its adoption services.
Four new bloggers will be joining the Civil Society stable following our competition to find new and interesting voices in the sector.
Pell & Bales has joined the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) in the wake of negative coverage about its telephone fundraising tactics in a Sunday tabloid.
The Lloyds Banking Group is to increase its funding to the Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales by nearly a quarter to £25.24m for 2011, as MPs lobby government to intervene in the banking group's dealings with its Scottish foundation.
Think tanks should be required by law to list all their donors and the amount of their donations, every year. We would probably find that, indirectly, they are as heavily funded by government as charities but with a lot less value to society.
Charities must prepare for a new government that will have very little knowledge or understanding of how civil society organisations work, whichever party wins the election, delegates to the NCVO annual conference were warned last week.
The Social Investment Business has received loan requests to the tune of over £500m over the last 12 months, according to its first impact report Investing in the future.
Eleven charities have made it into the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies list, but Christians Against Poverty has dipped from the poll position it held for the past two years.
25 Mar 2014