7 Oct 2014
Helen Stephenson is leaving her post as director of the Office for Civil Society and being replaced by Mark Fisher, currently social justice director at the Department for Work and Pensions.
Oxfam is launching a large direct mail campaign asking baby boomer supporters to leave a legacy in their wills.
Amnesty International and Greenpeace are hoping to save £4,410 and £1,286 per annum respectively on their head office energy bills by adopting voltage power optimisation technology.
Church leaders in Northern Ireland are continuing to express concern that the charitable status of churches in the region could be under threat with the imminent release of new public benefit guidance.
It is incredibly important that charities raise larger concerns about broader issues, rather than only focusing on the immediate situation.
Christian Aid has been forced to apologise after it falsely claimed that Israeli settlers in the West Bank city of Hebron had sexually abused Palestinian children.
It’s a well-worn warning, but social investment and ethical consumerism are entering a new era of strength in which charities will have to start compete for the ethical pound, rather than the charitable pound. Celina Ribeiro says the battle lines aren’t clear, but traditional charities need to pay attention.
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