18 Sep 2014
Royal Voluntary Service is planning to make redundancies in its operations and support services teams as part of a restructure.
The suggestion that £74bn could be pumped into charities via remainder trusts and a new type of trust, as proposed by a paper last week, is not supported by either evidence or demand, says Joe Saxton.
I was shocked that for a large part of Wednesday, when many charities appeals were under way, the Disaster Emergency Committee’s website stated it was “assessing the situation” in Haiti.
A child abuse expert and an independent family policy adviser have been appointed as independent trustees to the Internet Watch Foundation, a charity which aims to combat online child abuse content
Basically it looks like the government stuffing public money into their friend's pockets without actually expecting them to do anything for it.
Last week, in the wake of the Haiti tragedy, I talked about how I felt that non-emergency charities should continue doing what they were already doing.
The charity sector is in a “phoney war” in terms of the true impact of the recession, according to a report from the Charity Commission on how trusts and foundations are responding to the economic downturn.
A breast cancer charity being launched this week intends to employ a pyramid fundraising model and social networking in an effort to raise £1m in its first year of existence.
The Institute of Fundraising is planning to replicate its ‘snitch on bad DM’ campaign in the arena of challenge events, by encouraging local residents to report fundraisers’ bad behaviour to the Fundraising Standards Board.