10 Mar 2014
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service is planning to appeal a fine of £200,000 issued by the data security regulator after an anti-abortion hacker gained access to thousands of client names, addresses and phone numbers and threatened to publish them.
Vodafone has followed O2 in reducing the cut it takes from text donations to charity so that the beneficiary charity will receive 90 per cent.
Community transport organisation HCT Group has teamed up with Bridges Ventures to design a new financial instrument for the sector that allows returns to investors to rise or fall in line with the organisation’s revenues and social impact.
Bullying UK chief executive John Carnell has renewed his criticism of Apple, as the firm further tightens its criteria for accepting iPhone apps.
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.
OSCR has reported a positive response to its consultation on how charities report and register with the Scottish regulator and will bring in new changes by 2011.
Donors are still most likely to be inspired to give to disaster appeals by television messages, according to a new report from the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).
The Charity Commission has banned the National Bullying Helpline from disclosing any details about the nature and source of confidential calls it has received, unless it is given permission.
25 Mar 2014