The latest addition to the UK Fundraising Bookshop is 'Complicated Lives - Sophisticated Consumers, Intricate Lifestyles, Simple Solutions' by Michael Wilmott and William Nelson at the Future Foundation.
The Dickens £10 note will not be legal tender from after today.
The Bank of England will withdraw the £10 note with a portrait of Charles Dickens on the reverse from tomorrow. If your charity still has any of these notes they should be paid promptly into a bank, Post Office or building society.
The Membership Management Technology Exhibition (MEMBERS), to be held in London in September 2003, will feature a seminar programme for the first time.
Now in its seventh year, MEMBERS is dedicated to the more effective and efficient management of membership and subscription organisations. The seminar programme is designed to offer a wider educational element to the event.
Rupert Moyle has joined the VAT team at accountants and business advisors PKF. He brings specialist knowledge of the registered social landlords and charity sectors.
Rupert joins PKF as VAT manager and is based at the firm's London head office, where he will work with clients in the charity/housing sectors on all issues related to indirect tax. PKF has 400 clients in these sectors.
Broadcaster Sky's Summer Tournament of staff football and netball matches has raised £1,500 for NSPCC, Sky's charity of the year.
The fundraising event was held at the Grasshopper's Rugby Club in Isleworth near Sky's HQ. Nearly 300 Sky employees participated in the netball and football tournaments consisting of 32 six a-side football teams and eight netball teams.