7 Jul 2015
Today’s Queen’s Speech includes a Housing Bill which will force some charities to dispose of assets at below market value – a move NCVO has described as a “worrying precedent” for the sector.
The Institute of Fundraising is confident that the revised Bribery Act won’t be a concern to corporate partners attending charity fundraising events, but has sought legal advice to confirm its suspicions after some charities began to get “twitchy” about the interpretation of the Act.
The Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, has called early-day motions “mostly toilet paper” and advised charities to find other mediums to lobby government.
Cafod has chosen a solution from Plan B Disaster Recovery to improve data recovery times in its new offices in south London.
Save the Children has launched what it describes as its most ambitious campaign ever, in a bid to prevent eight million children dying each year from preventable causes.
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.
This month's roundup of IT procurement in the sector includes a new HR and payroll system at CAF and wide area network improvement projects at St John Ambulance and Skillshare International.
As the eleventh year of the John Lewis community giving programme gets underway the retail giant is calling on charities to apply for secondees for periods of up to six months.
Niroo Rad outlines how charities should use email to supplement and enhance their social media output.
Just over 200 schools have turned into academies with charitable status since the Education Secretary Michael Gove pushed through legislation mid-last year allowing all schools to acquire academy status providing a boost for auditors.
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