18 Sep 2014
Sector leaders warned yesterday that charities need to get better at answering the public’s questions if the sector is to hold on to high levels of trust.
With the immediate shock of the credit crisis receding, charity investors are taking stock of the damage and working on recovery plans, says Heather Lamont.
The events of the last few years have severely challenged the investment model of many institutional investors, says Giles Neville.
Jamie Korner reviews the outlook for the return of inﬂation and the implications for investment strategy.
The Charity Commission's implicit approval of charity accounts by virtue of posting them on its website without checking them first, is a threat to public trust in charities, says Dorothy Dalton
"Stick to their knitting". Who on earth do you think you are Mr Newmark. You've probably just plummeted the Conservative Party so far down the polls they'll never recover.
Charities must prepare for a new government that will have very little knowledge or understanding of how civil society organisations work, whichever party wins the election, delegates to the NCVO annual conference were warned last week.
The Social Investment Business has received loan requests to the tune of over £500m over the last 12 months, according to its first impact report Investing in the future.
Eleven charities have made it into the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies list, but Christians Against Poverty has dipped from the poll position it held for the past two years.
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