Gemma Ware

Gemma Ware

Gemma Ware was a reporter on Professional Fundraising magazine from 2006 until 2008 when she moved to Paris to write for the Africa Report.  She joined PF directly from City University’s journalism course.


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BIG change afoot

The Big Lottery Fund is piercing a new hole in its belt to prepare for a diversion of £638m from its pot to fund the Olympics. Its new chief executive, Peter Wanless talks futute plans with Gemma Ware.

Phil Hope - minister for the third sector

Phil Hope has ended his first year as minister for the third sector in style, securing £300m in gift aid relief for charities. Gemma Ware finds out where charitable giving sits on his agenda.

Charity Tribunal finally opens for business

Charities will have an affordable route to appeal Charity Commission decisions thanks to yesterday's launch of the new Charity Tribunal.

RNIB's Amadi to replace Saxton as Institute chair

Paul Amadi, group director of fundraising at the Royal National Institute for the Blind, is to replace Joe Saxton as the chair of the Institute of Fundraising.

FRSB research piles pressure on direct mail incentives

Over two thirds of donors think charities put gifts in direct mail to make them feel guilty and most would not give a donation if they received a gift, according to new research by the Fundraising Standards Board

Cabinet Office publishes funding amounts to strategic partners

The Office of the Third Sector has revealed that five of its strategic partners will benefit from funding of over £1m during the 2007-8 Strategic Partners Programme.

FRSB alters charter to appease charities

The Fundraising Standards Board looks set to alter controversial phrases in its Donors Charter in order to placate charities who have so far proved unwilling to sign up to the scheme

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