18 Sep 2014
One-sixth of Britons say that they have taken part in an ice bucket challenge, while one in ten said they donated to charity as a result of the challenge, according to a new poll out today.
Our economic woes are not over yet and charities must rethink investment strategies to survive, says Chris Wyllie.
HMRC is moving towards a more active role in the regulation of the charity sector, says Paul Knight.
The new government’s first few months in power will be tough in terms of spend but will also produce real opportunities for charities to influence policy, according to pollster Peter Harlock.
Charities are not elected, and in their reports and press releases they claim an authority they may/should not enjoy.
The Kurdish Human Rights Project, MicroLoan Foundation and READ International are on the shortlist for the Charity Awards 2010.
Fairpensions, the Travel Foundation and Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) are shortlisted in the Animals and the Environment category for the Charity Awards 2010.
Maeve Sherlock, chair of the Charity Awards judging panel, has been announced as one of 55 new life peers to join the House of Lords. Sherlock, a Labour Party faithful, was recommended by former Prime Minister Gordon Brown for the honour prior to his exit from Number 10.
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