While the Chancellor's Autumn Statement this afternoon mostly focused on the austerity measures that will continue until at least 2018, there were a few announcements or restated announcements
The Charity Commission is advising the public to donate to well established charities if they want to provide effective support for humanitarian work in Syria and surrounding countries.
Charities have to "be good, as well as do good" if they are to retain public trust and confidence, said William Shawcross, CVO, the new Chair of the Charity Commission.
The Local Government Association (LGA) and the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association (PFRA) have made an agreement to help improve and maintain standards of face-to-face fundraising throug
The new Charities Bill for Northern Ireland has successfully passed through the next stage of the Assembly with unanimous agreement on the proposed amendments relating to public benefit.
The Institute of Fundraising has published its single Code of Fundraising Practice, which updates and consolidates the 28 individual codes of practice developed over the years.
The campaign that successfully persuaded the Chancellor to reverse his proposals for limiting tax relief on charitable giving last night received an award at the Public Affairs News Awards.
New wording to help define "public benefit" in the 2008 Charities Act for Northern Ireland has been proposed. It should pave the way for full implementation of the Act in 2013.
A report published today by the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (CCNI) has identified charity fundraising as the principal theme behind many of the concerns about charities it receives.
An Irish children’s charity has been criticised because of its planned participation in a fundraising event with a British army band.
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