Chief executive, Charity Finance Group
Caron Bradshaw is chief executive of the Charity Finance Group. Bradshaw is a trained lawyer who was previously head of charities and the voluntary sector at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
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Acevo's chief executive has warned that an "overzealous" approach by regulators is harming, rather than helping, the fight against terror.
Seventy per cent of charities responding to a survey experienced an increase in demand for services in the last 12 months, and the same number expect an increase in the next 12, according to a report released today.
Aid charities working in high-risk areas should take more steps to improve relationships with banks to prevent “de-risking” activities, according to a Charity Finance Group report published yesterday.
Public perception of what charities do can be very different to the truth and an "intelligent engagement with the public" is needed to address this, the chief executive of the NCVO said yesterday.
The Charity Commission faced with eye watering cut backs, doesn't have a choice in the matter. This is a great opportunity for the voluntary sector to rise up and work together to fill the vacuum created by the cuts.
The chief executive of the Charity Finance Group, Caron Bradshaw, said yesterday that her charity took on "too much, too quickly" when undertaking a change programme, and it would perhaps do things differently if it were to do it again.
Various sector bodies have echoed concerns, which were highlighted by the National Audit Office in its follow-up report on the Charity Commission, about the risk that the board’s “continuing close involvement in executive matters could become the norm”.
CFG chief executive Caron Bradshaw has warned that the sector’s drive to open itself up to ever-greater public scrutiny risks warping the true picture of what charities do.