5 Jul 2016
The collapse of Kids Company has led to considerable debate about the conduct of charity auditors. Alice Sharman looks at the nature of the role and how it is evolving.
The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations has rejected extending the remit of the Fundraising Regulator to Scotland, instead recommending that greater responsibility for regulating fundraising be placed on charities themselves.
#GivingTuesday, the annual day of giving, has launched with new branding and a new set of resources to help charities take advantage of it.
Jonathan Orchard, partner at Sayer Vincent, talks about why charities need to re-think their risk policies.
To encourage the sector’s HR Directors to offer opportunities to younger people is not in any way undervaluing the importance and significance of older workers.
The value of tax relief for charities and individual donors rose to £5.14bn in the year to March 2016, according to figures published today by HM Revenue & Customs.
Adam Pickering, international policy manager for CAF, explains why a change to financial regulations is so significant for charities.
A policy which required banks to assume that international charities were at high risk of being used to finance terrorism has been revised to clarify that that is not the case.
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.