12 Feb 2015
The government has appointed Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts to conduct a review into how the Lobbying Act is being put into practice.
The Public Fundraising Regulatory Association is to meet with Manchester city managers after media reports that the city had planned to devise its own code for street fundraisers.
The Charity Commission has published its latest guidance warning against bogus and misleading clothing collections.
The “formalised systems of volunteer management” has been driven by legislation, safeguarding vulnerable adults and health and safety as well as leading umbrella organisation like the NCVO.
The truth about the amount of government funding that gets eaten up in ‘admin’ is potentially embarrassing, so why doesn’t anyone ever ask about those costs? Jay Kennedy ponders.
The Office for Civil Society is reviewing the way it considers appeals by charities against local authority refusals to grant house-to-house collections licences.
In the first in a series of blogs from the front line we hear from Andrew Chaggar on how his personal experience of tragedy turned him from electronic engineer to relief worker, founding European Disaster Volunteers, and the difference that aid is making in Haiti.
The Guardian and Observer newspapers are teaming up with New Philanthropy Capital for their 2010 Christmas charity appeal, which for the first time will require each charity applicant to clearly communicate the impact their charity makes.