The Charity Commission reports that last year 20% of charities in England and Wales failed to submit their accounts and Annual Returns on time.
The Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB), the self-regulatory body for fundraising in the UK, has published its annual accounts and says that it is on target to break even by June 2010.
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Two tax reforms could generate an additional £74 billion for charity from the UK's middle classes, claims Professor Paul Palmer in 'A Step Change in UK Philanthropy', published today by the Centre fo
Coutts & Co, the UK private banking arm of the Royal Bank of Scotland, has introduced the "Coutts Charitable Giving Account", a bank account for making and managing donations to charity.
Ireland Air Ambulance (IAA) has vowed to continue operations despite recent revelations about its finances and the viability of its plans to launch an air ambulance in Ireland.
BBC Northern Ireland has reported that the Ireland Air Ambulance charity has spent up to 90% of its income on fundraising and administration.
Two thirds of UK-based trusts and foundations are planning to maintain or increase their level of grantmaking, according to a survey by the Association of Charitable Foundations.
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