10 May 2016
The government’s proposed anti-advocacy clause risks turning charities into “silent service-providing machines”, the chief executive of Charity Finance Group, Caron Bradshaw has warned.
Brooke, the charity for working horses and donkeys, has rebranded and launched a new website after discovering that 75 per cent of people who tried to use its old website gave up before making a donation.
The chief executive of homelessness charity Shelter has written to the government to ask them to stop using his charity's name in defence of an anti-advocacy policy.
There needs to be a complete rethink on board selection, responsibility and business knowledge - after all, a charity is still a business.
Accountancy firm Kingston Smith has announced that Nick Brooks is stepping down and will be replaced by Neil Finlayson as the firm’s head of not-for-profit.
Poverty relief charity Concern Worldwide has issued an apology for taking hundreds of pounds extra from the bank accounts of 25,000 regular donors.
A research consultation has been opened today into the future of the charities Statement of Recommended Practice, the financial guidance which governs charity accounts.
As part of his dissertation, Olof Williamson identified 101 charities to have spiked and then sustained growth of over 100 per cent between 2008 and 2014. He discusses what these charities have in common.