The director of Cass Centre for Charity Effectiveness, Paul Palmer, has been selected as a deputy lieutenant of Greater London.
The Lord Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE, appoints deputy lieutenants who are well known for their service to the community through their public life, charitable activities, voluntary service or uniformed services.
This is an exciting time to be joining Sightsavers and as Content Producer, you will play a crucial role in raising the profile and awareness of Sightsavers’ eye health and disability and wider social inclusion policy as well as programmatic work and research to a diverse range of audiences. You will support the development of on and offline communication products while engaging with a range of teams and disciplines across the organisation.
Starfish Asia is a British based charity, with an annual turnover of £500k. We are looking for a Chief Operating Officer, with a view to becoming the CEO, to take the charity forward. The charity's aim is primarily to support schools in poor Christian communities in Pakistan, working in conjunction with local partners.
The Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust provides hardship grants to mature students of proven academic merit and in financial need studying in the UK. The Trustees are seeking a part-time administrator to take over responsibility for all aspects of the day-to-day management of the Trust. Previous experience, ideally in the charity and/or education sectors, and a good understanding of charity regulations and finance is essential.
Ben Uri is a registered charity and operates within the art museum sector. It focuses on the following core areas: 1] BURU – Ben Uri Research Unit recording the Jewish and immigrant contribution to British visual culture since 1900. 2] Exhibitions on site, online and touring 3] The Ben Uri Collection 4] BUAD – Ben Uri Arts and Dementia Institute which is charged with
developing fully researched, accredited art interventions for the elderly living at risk of, or with, dementia.
We are currently seeking trustees with fundraising experience for charities and community groups in the arts. We require an individual with experience of sponsorship and finding sponsors that provides synergy to our current community works including people with special needs and learning difficulties.
Expert training for charity governance professionals. ICSA: The Governance Institute is committed to the promotion of good governance across the third sector. As charities face greater scrutiny of their legal and regulatory responsibilities, ICSA is there to impart the skills and knowledge professionals need to make the right strategic choices and enable their organisations to thrive in a more complex operational environment.
Your role will be to lead and guide your management team and these services so that they adapt and develop in response to current need, best practice in service provision, and are able to meet the challenges to financial sustainability presented by the external environment. At the same time you will be open to the development of new services.
We are a regional charity with national ambitions, providing award-winning services, with world-leading projects underway.
The successful candidate will be ambitious, with skills and experience to shape a fundraising programme for a charity looking to spread its wings. Developing major donor and corporate partnership programmes, and overseeing our trusts and grants programme together with enhancing our community fundraising.
War on Want is seeking an experienced financial professional to become a Trustee and join the Council of Management in providing financial oversight and advice in the role of a voluntary Treasurer. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced finance or auditing professional to participate in a dynamic and passionate team.
"Over the last year or so, I’ve heard a lot from fundraisers who are saying that we are in the midst of a period of change – a feeling that I think is being backed up now with findings from recent pieces of research."
"What’s going on? Surely the voluntary sector is values based? We exist to address inequalities, don’t we? So why do we struggle to address the inequalities in our own organisations? I think there are six things blocking our progress towards diversity and inclusion, and these are them."
The 2018 Charity Times Annual Conference set out to provide delegates with insights into how key decision makers can work to lead their charities through difficult times, whilst taking the opportunities that present themselves.
The ‘WannaCry’ global ransomware attack this May brought cybercrime into the limelight, affecting thousands of organisations. As a result of the attack, the Charity Commission said the third sector had to do more to protect itself. What more can charities do?