14 May 2015
Advertising billboards set up by the National Union of Students in London Victoria, Sheffield Central and Manchester Piccadilly have all been removed by Network Rail staff for reportedly being “too political”.
For the past 30 years BT has supported BBC Children in Need, since their very first telethon in 1980, Vibeka Mair went behind the scenes to look at what happens on the night.
The prediction that 2011 will be the year of the mobile looks more and more likely to bear fruit as three different organisations launch SMS and mobile giving services this week.
Consumers lack confidence in their ability to give in 2011, as a new survey shows that more than one in four Brits plan to reduce or refuse their charitable donations next year.
They need to look outside their own organisation and look at others who are doing similar work to see if they are doing it better or more efficiently. If they are, that doesn't mean they should immediately close or seek to merge but it does mean that something needs to change.
A new social enterprise plans to boost interest in sport, and raise £20m for charity, in the lead up to the 2012 Olympic Games.
Shadow minister for the Cabinet Office Liam Byrne has accused the government of favouring charities with links to the Conservative Party when giving out funding.
The trustees of the Royal Institution are in the process of repaying £3.2m of funds which were incorrectly used to redevelop the charity’s building, the Charity Commission has revealed.