29 Oct 2013
The Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations has criticised the Scottish regulator, OSCR, for stepping “outside its regulatory remit” in draft guidance produced for charities on the Scottish independence referendum.
Incentives designed to guilt-trip people into donating have been banned from charity direct mail under a new code of practice from the Institute of Fundraising.
Intelligent Giving has become a charity after ten months of negotiations with the Charity Commission.
The future is digital for the National Trust. Gemma Ware finds out why it is creating a digital media department and employing a team of 25 in-house specialists
At a time when the NHS and Local Authorities are being told to put everything out to competitive tendering it is rank hypocrisy and smacks of cronyism to learn that Government favoured schemes do not have to follow suit.
The Scottish government plans to protect the charitable status of further education colleges by exempting them from the rule that charities should be independent of government.
Guidestar is working with Experian to develop a charity-friendly credit-scoring process that credit agencies can use to assess organisations bidding for government contracts.
A refugee housing charity is facing closure after interim managers sent in to investigate alleged financial mismanagement terminated an £11m government contract this month.
The Conservative Party has enlisted The Big Issue, Crisis and Shelter for advice on how to tackle homelessness. The advisory group, which the party has called the Homelessness Foundation, was launched by Conservative leader David Cameron last week.