15 May 2014
The amount donated to the National Osteoporosis Society, the charity 42-year-old Robert Berry was running for at the weekend's London Marathon, has reached over £60,000 since his death.
James Kilby offers some guidance about what to do if your charity follows incorrect advice given by the Charity Commission and ends up in trouble.
In the last of this series, Beryl Hobson, head of the Charity Commission’s large charities division, advised on some trustee archetypes. (Cartoons provided by Andrew Park).
This is the second of four articles on managing performance by Mike Hudson, author of Managing Without Profit.
Spot on Lucy, if a charity doesn't have a clear ambition, its absence will infect every fundraising ask they make. And that's daft.
Stephen Dunmore, interim chief executive, discusses the governance issues facing trustees of the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund as it plans its demise. Defining governance in its fullest sense always seems slightly problematic, since most definitions focus on processes, structures and compliance with laws. However, most of us who work in civil society know intuitively that governance is far wider in scope than a standard, technical definition might imply.
A three-way knowledge transfer partnership (KTP) between the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA), the University of Reading and a qualified graduate helped the disability charity to shift all its business from manual to electronic systems during 2006-7. Dr Paul Naylor, KTP adviser, explains how.
Keith Hickey is to leave his role as chief executive of the CFDG to become group director of resources at the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB). He will depart in October having led the umbrella body since 2006, during which time membership increased by 35 per cent.
Gareth Jones looks at how two special cases make reading the true health of the Charity 100 Index difficult.
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