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The chief executive of Barnardo’s Anne Marie Carrie will leave the children’s charity next month after nearly three years in the role to set up her own consultancy.
The Big Lottery Fund is launching a £10m fund to help small charities and social enterprises attract social investment.
The Charity Commission has suggested to the Treasury that it takes a slice of gift aid or places a direct levy on charities, as it warns it cannot sustain a further 10 per cent funding cut expected in the government’s upcoming spending review.
Google has shortlisted ten UK charities which stand the chance of winning £500,000 as part of its Global Impact Challenge.
I think it is a sad indictment on our society that people require payment for their time to sit as a trustee on a board of a charity. Where is the 'giving' back to society in that act of taking.
Birkbeck University of London has come under fire over plans to close its Masters course in Voluntary and Community Sector Studies.
The Big Lottery Fund has announced over £44m in funding for 160 community groups as part of its Reaching Communities programme.
The Cabinet Office and the Ministry of Justice plan to develop a tool which will help charities and social enterprises assess the financial viability of sub-contract offers to deliver probation services.