7 Jul 2015
The NSPCC is in discussions to redeploy fundraising staff after a consultation process within the department has put around 70 positions at risk.
Everything Everywhere, the mobile communication behemoth created in the merging of Orange and T-Mobile, has suspended fees for text donations and announced a review of its text-to-donate service following an Institute of Fundraising push for the fees to be dropped.
Fundraising magazine has opened up its annual 50 Most Influential poll to find the most influential people in fundraising in 2011.
More than two-thirds of charities working with criminal offenders have their staff on redundancy notice or expect to do so, according to research released today.
They need to look outside their own organisation and look at others who are doing similar work to see if they are doing it better or more efficiently. If they are, that doesn't mean they should immediately close or seek to merge but it does mean that something needs to change.
The London Marathon Charitable Trust has awarded more than £5m in grants to build, preserve and refurbish sports facilities in the capital from surplus funds made at last year's event.
The Treasury Select Committee will reopen its inquiry into plans to phase out cheques after being inundated by public concern and unconvinced by evidence put forward by the Payments Council.
Charity Tax Group has hailed a new report published by the European Commission on the different VAT treatments in different EU member states, as a major milestone in its campaign to secure a fairer VAT regime for UK charities.
The Institute of Fundraising is calling on its organisational members to lobby the new mobile operator Everything Everywhere to drop its fees and pass the entire value of text donations made on its network to charities.
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