7 Jul 2015
The voluntary sector needs to share more of its failures to encourage innovation and build trust with the public and funders, according to a collection of essays published by New Philanthropy Capital and ActionAid today.
A charity director has denied claims she sacked two charity founders to give her carpet salesman boyfriend the job of chief executive.
Yesterday the Fundraising Standards Board published its interim report into fundraising practices following the death of Olive Cooke. We summarise the key recommendations.
The charity sector has suffered in silence through repeated attacks on its leaders over their pay, but these tactics aren't working, says David Ainsworth. It's time for charities to defend themselves.
The challenge isn't with telephone fundraising, direct mail or 'chugging' per se. The challenge is treating donors as people worthy of respect.
Is frugging the new chugging? Jane Frost rails against the practice of fundraising under the guise of research.
Pell & Bales said yesterday it may seek “legal recourse” against The Sun newspaper, after an article was run over the weekend which the agency said sought to “tarnish” its reputation.
A government-funded victim support charity is facing legal action after telling its deputy chief executive and five other staff they are at risk of redundancy.
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