HMRC has published guidelines on the new processes for Gift Aid on items donated for sale at charity shops.
Scottish fundraisers are concerned that Scottish independence could have a negative impact on their charities' income, according to a telephone survey by the Institute of Fundraising Scotland.<
Sir Winston Churchill is likely to appear on a new version of the £5 note from 2016, so fundraisers should start noticing the new design in their collecting tins and buckets from then on.
Lottery money for good causes that was diverted to fund the London Olympics should be returned to good causes, according to the Public Accounts Committee in a report published today.
The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) is calling on the Government to take a more ambitious view of Payroll Giving reform if the tax-effective method of giving is to be transformed effectively.
The number of charities advertising on trains in and out of London has increased so much that the company that places them is to restrict charity ads to a maximum of 20% of adverts at any one time.
The Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) has rejected a complaint about Cancer Research UK's response to questions about the costs of its face-to-face (F2F) fundraising activities.
The Irish Charity Tax Reform Group is reminding people that the deadline for consultation on the Charities Act is 20th March.
The European Fundraising Association (EFA), the network of European fundraising associations, has published a report analysing the state of fundraising across Europe, including trends from the past
The Institute of Fundraising’s (IoF) policy helpline service is being extended to Twitter and Facebook from Friday this week.
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