5 Oct 2016
Alice Sharman and Kirsty Weakley went to Liverpool earlier this week for the Labour Party Conference. Here’s a summary of what happened.
The chief executive of Barnardo's outlines a bold agenda to change the nation's largest children's charity.
Oxfam was culpable in fundraising scandals of last summer because it failed to supervise its contractors, according to its chief executive Mark Goldring.
Only a handful of large charities have the technological tools to comply with the Fundraising Preference Service, according to a consultation response from CRM software provider Blackbaud.
Did we learn much about Labour’s policy on the voluntary sector at its annual conference? Probably not, says Kirsty Weakley, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t learn anything.
I am not against more effective regulation but the driver for this regulation must be based on sounder footings than just to appease the media because the media will be back with negative stories regardless.
Comic Relief has announced that its biennial fundraising event, Sport Relief, raised a record £72.5m, on the day that its chief executive Kevin Cahill departs the charity.
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An online tool to let charities search more than 180,000 grants awarded over the past dozen years has been developed by a transparency charity, with the backing of large UK’s foundations.
People should stop moaning about volunteers replacing paid staff because those jobs are never coming back, the chief executive of Volunteering Matters said earlier this week.