A software community interest company set up by the BeatBullying Group in 2012 is almost a year late filing its first set of accounts.
The Charity Commission’s searchable online register of charities is due to launch in beta this autumn, after a four-month delay, as the organisation prepares to move its website to gov.uk.
One third of leading charity websites require potential donors to complete more than 20 actions before they can make a donation, according to an audit of 50 fundraising charities’ websites by technology charity Eduserv.
Charities that sign up for the new generic top-level domain, .ngo, will be able to collect donations via their directory page.
Charities will no longer be able to automatically include a donation as part of a purchase when consumers buy from them online, according to new regulations which come in to effect this week.
Hopefully there is a handy recycling bin somewhere for this report which pays little attention to sector views, or indeed the ethos of the sector.
Virgin Money Giving has launched an app for users after reporting that 30 per cent of traffic to its platform last year came via mobile.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service is planning to appeal a fine of £200,000 issued by the data security regulator after an anti-abortion hacker gained access to thousands of client names, addresses and phone numbers and threatened to publish them.
All late-filing charities are clearly highlighted with a bright red border around their entry on the Charity Commission’s website. Kirsty Weakley asks why charities under a Commission investigation don't face the same treatment.
The UK Council for Child Internet Safety is compiling a list of ‘safe’ websites for internet service providers, after a number of charities were blocked when tougher filters were introduced at the end of last year.