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Inquiry into animal welfare charity

The regulator has taken steps to freeze Capricorn Animal Rescue and Sanctuary's bank accounts in order to protect its assets

New guidance launched for legacy fundraisers

The Good Practice Guidance establishes a set of five core principles – sensitivity, transparency, integrity, collaboration and informed

Enterprise fund launched to support small charity innovations

Applications for the first round are open until 5 April

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£2m in new funds to support volunteer-led programmes

Nesta and The Office for Civil Society have launched new volunteering funds worth £2m, to support early years development and improve the public’s money management skills

Chancellor urged to fund Charity Commission out of tax

Directory of Social Change chief executive Debra Allcock Tyler wrote to the Chancellor this week, setting out arguments against a system in which charities pay a fee to fund their regulation

Morgan Stanley picks charity partner

The partnership aims to raise £500,000, which will then be matched by the Morgan Stanley International Foundation

New Shelter chief executive announced

Shelter Scotland director Graeme Brown has been interim chief executive since Campbell Robb stepped down last year

Quilter Cheviot video series
Quilter Cheviot's head of charities William Reid talks to Matt Ritchie about behavioural finance and its role in running a charity

Free help for healthcare organisations on effective use of social media

Skills for Health, the sector skills council for health sector employers, has today launched a social media toolkit for the UK healthcare sector

Applications open for impact fund pilot grants

Almost £2m in grant funding is being made available to help charities and social enterprises manage their impact

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Power to the regions

Devolution has the potential to benefit charities and their service users, but a good outcome for the sector is not guaranteed

Making contact(less)

Contactless payment is the norm for many face-to-face transactions, but not yet for donations. The technology is on the rise, however, with implications for fundraising

Taking cover

The new Insurance Act seeks to create a fairer balance between insurers and policyholders. Charity Times covers the changes

The perfect match

Corporate partnerships can offer a wealth of benefits but how do you make sure you find the right company for your organisation?

Sharing the burden

Outsourcing back office functions can be a cost saving move for charities looking to make funds stretch further, but it is not for everyone

Knowledge is power

Charities could be sitting on a potential treasure trove in the data they hold on supporters and data generated by their operations, but very few have the in-house capability to make the most of it

Raising the bar

Media coverage in 2015 made for uncomfortable reading for fundraisers. What steps has the sector taken to adjust practices and approaches in the wake of such an awful year?

Costly promises

Charities face a range of challenges in meeting their retirement income obligations to employees past and present

Quilter Cheviot video series
Quilter Cheviot's head of charities William Reid talks to Matt Ritchie about behavioural finance and its role in running a charity
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