11 Feb 2016
FPS recommendation was a 'ministerial condition' of signing off the Etherington Fundraising Review 4
The government insisted on the inclusion of a “reset button” in the Etherington Review before signing it off, the chair of the Fundraising Preference Service working group said yesterday.
In a wide-ranging interview yesterday Rob Wilson, minister for civil society, tells Kirsty Weakley what his expectations are for 2016.
The editor of the Mail on Sunday has written to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee to express “serious concerns over the effectiveness" of the FRSB in the wake of its investigation into Oxfam and Listen Ltd.
Politicians have called on the Scottish government to publish information about funds given to the Scottish Asian Women's Association, in light of newspaper allegations that the charity spent less than 3 per cent of income on good causes.
Can't help but think that this issue and many of the other bad news stories to have hit the sector over the last few months are rooted in poor governance.
The Charity Commission has today warned charities to be extra vigilant about the risk of mandate fraud, where criminals impersonate legitimate organisations to obtain bank details.
There is broad support for charities contributing to the funding of their own regulator, but there is “no one view on how charity regulation should be funded”, a CFG report has found.
National Trust Scotland has confirmed that it plans to reduce its staff headcount as part of an efficiency drive to reduce running costs by 10 per cent.
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