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Didier Drogba to seek damages from Daily Mail as regulator’s investigation finds no fraud at charity

The regulator has ruled that footballer Didier Drogba’s charity may have misled donors, but found no evidence of fraud or corruption at the foundation

Corporate partnerships to be examined at new conference

This new conference, taking place in March, will explore the benefits of partnerships between charities and corporates to both parties, and issues of impact assessment and alignment

Regulator announces decisions on Fundraising Preference Service

The Fundraising Regulator said the FPS is to be launched in spring or early summer next year

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Historic charitable societies to merge

Two historic charitable institutions in the UK book trade are set to merge

Bidding opens for Tampon Tax Fund 2017/18

Minister for Civil Society, Rob Wilson marked the opening of the bidding round at a domestic violence organisation in London, Standing Together Against Domestic Violence

2017 Clore Social Leadership Fellows announced

The 24 Fellows will be the first trained under a new capabilities framework, which outlines the attributes, behaviours, and skills emerging leaders need to achieve success in their roles

Charity Commission welcomes three new board members

All three have taken up their new posts this month and will each serve a three year term

Number of £1m+ donations up 19%

The number of charitable donations valued at £1m and over last year reached its highest level since before the financial crisis

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Quilter Cheviot's head of charities William Reid talks to Matt Ritchie about impact measurement

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