18 Sep 2014
Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, has attacked recent criticism of the Electoral Commission's guidance on the Lobbying Act, including comments by Acevo’s chief executive Sir Stephen Bubb.
The UK’s top 400 grantmakers gave around £2.53bn in 2007/08, despite seeing around £4bn being wiped off the value of their assets for this period, according to new research from the Directory of Social Change.
David Cameron has announced that the Conservative Party will set up a National Citizen Service – non-military national service – for 16 year-olds if elected next month.
The introduction of music licensing fees for charities has been postponed, with no new implementation date yet.
Jasmine Whitbread has been appointed the first international chief executive for Save the Children, a new role which will bring all of Save the Children’s 29 independent member organisations under one umbrella led by an international board.
Congratulations to the RNLI - this only goes to prove that working on long term (and short term for that matter) legacies really pays dividends in the end.
Sports Relief’s first foray into text donations has generated £3.4m in just two months for its 2010 campaign, which has raised £31.6m overall so far this year.
From status updates to friend recommendations, social networking was not long ago all too new and foreign for Quarriers. Marc Bowker details the charity’s social networking growing pains, and how it grew its Facebook fan base.
The evolution of market research has not necessarily seen the strongest research genes prevail, but the rise of online research presents a new opportunity for fundraisers interested in finding out more about those they market to, says Tod Norman
The Charity 100 Index number two is set for a new top seed with the announcement that former chief executive of plant technology firm Syngenta, Michael Pragnell, is to succeed David Newbigging as chairman of Cancer Research UK.
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