29 Oct 2013
Shelter has come under attack from the letting industry over its call to ban letting agency fees for tenants, with the Estate Agency Foundation withdrawing financial support for the charity and letting agents considering a £50,000 “fighting fund” to legally challenge Shelter.
A code of practice dedicated to fundraising stewardship is essential if the sector is to maximise the potential of the concept.
Nearly five years after cancer sufferer and fundraiser Jane Tomlinson set out on her epic bike ride from John O'Groats to Land's End, her husband and daughter are set to follow in her tracks.
NCH, the children's charity, is to change its name to Action for Children after a strategic review established that its current name was hindering its ability to make an impact with the public.
Acevo is to explore the possibility of setting up a sector pension scheme after this was one of the recommendations to emerge from a report it commissioned into relationships between charities and trade unions.
I'm not sure whether to laugh, cry or scream. Money is precious and this is opaque squandering with a capital S.
A solicitor who led on the Charity Commission's case against Arthur Scargill for mismanagement of two miners' welfare charities is one of the five judicial members of the Charity Tribunal announced last week.
Stephen Bubb, chair of the Adventure Capital Fund which assumed responsibility for Futurebuilders at the beginning of April, has admitted that the 14-strong board Futurebuilders announced last week is "perhaps too large".
Moving People, a consortium of mental health charities including Mind and Rethink, is planning a £7m advertising campaign to try to change public attitudes to people with mental health issues.
The Department for Work and Pensions has announced the launch of a third sector taskforce with the aim of exploring a wider role for the sector in welfare-to-work reform.