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New chair for voluntary sector governance code steering committee

The code is jointly owned by NCVO, ACEVO, SCC, ICSA, and WCVA and supported by the Charity Commission and the Clothworkers’ Company

Charity leaders call on PM to rethink anti-advocacy clause in grant agreements

More than 130 senior charity leaders have written to Prime Minister David Cameron urging him to ditch a Cabinet Office proposal to impose an anti-advocacy clause on charities in receipt of Government grants

Impetus-PEF announces £1.1m in funding for East London charity

Impetus-PEF’s support aims to help the charity improve their programme, strengthen management and monitor impact

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Sustrans names new chief executive

Sustrans works with communities, policy-makers and partner organisations to enable people to travel by foot, bike, or public transport for more of their journeys

E.ON stops offering Age UK branded tariff amid controversy

In a statement issued today, E.ON said it had agreed with Age UK Enterprises to suspend the tariff “in light of the continuing debate about pricing in the energy market”

Charity Commission looks online for wider audience

The regulator said the move is part of its effort to improve services and interaction through digital technology

Small and medium charities bearing the brunt of funding cuts - research

New studies have revealed local and central government funding for charities with income between £25,000 and £1m reduced by up to 44 per cent between 2008/09 and 2012/13

WRAP CEO to step down

WRAP is a charity that works with governments, businesses, trade bodies, local authorities, communities and individuals towards improving resource efficiency


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