Oxfam is set to make £16m in cuts due to huge losses following the Haiti sex-scandal earlier this year.
According to a number of reports, an internal document circulated last week by the charity’s chief executive Mark Goldring revealed Oxfam’s intentions to urgently recover £16m by making cuts to its programmes.
The former chief executive of Butterwick Hospice has been sentenced to four years in jail after de-frauding the charity of over £91,000.
According to a BBC news report, Graham Leggatt-Chidgey spent thousands of pounds on the company credit card between the years of 2009 and 2017 on luxury hotels, restaurants, designer clothes, and jewellery.
We are looking for an experienced team leader and a skilled database administrator to manage customer services at our office in Maidstone.
The Customer Services Manager will be responsible for managing five staff and Kent Music’s customer and tuition management database. They will ensure that excellent administration and a professional and high-quality customer service is provided to the parents, schools and teachers of Kent Music.
Full Time, permanent (consideration given to part-time role) 35 hours per week
The Springboard Charity helps young people achieve their potential, relieves unemployment for people of all ages and alleviates poverty by supporting people into employment within Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism.
Working to recruit a team of over 1,500 volunteers for our annual Spring Harvest event is a great privilege; one which demands meticulous administration and warmth of character.
We are looking to transition the co-ordination of our volunteer recruitment into a capable new pair of hands. Working within our safer recruitment team requires integrity, as our highest priority when recruiting, is to ensure that Spring Harvest remains a safe place for our guests to be.
Flexible within Greater Manchester & Lancashire, Cumbria, Merseyside and Cheshire
We have a hugely successful track record of corporate fundraising at the Alzheimer’s Society. We’re now looking for someone to work on and develop our corporate partnerships portfolio in the North West.
on a scale from £33,989 to £39,913 per annum, including London Weighting, with a possible progression to £42,624
UKCISA, the national advisory body for international students and those who work with them, is seeking to recruit an Advice and Training Officer. You will join its small specialist team training, advising and lobbying on all aspects of international student policy, regulations and legislation as they relate in particular to Tier 4 of the immigration system, employment during and after study and tuition fee assessment.
Overcoming MS is a small, yet rapidly growing and dynamic charity bringing a fresh approach to the multiple sclerosis community in the UK and around the world. We raise awareness of a progressive, evidence-based approach to the management of multiple sclerosis symptoms and provide tangible support to those diagnosed with this condition.
Our vision is to enable people with MS to live their lives to the full.
The MS Trust helps people live well with MS, by ensuring they receive the best possible care and the highest quality information. Over 100,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with MS, which remains the most common cause of neurological disability in young adults. Because diagnosis is usually in their 20s and 30s, the impact on the individual and their family is life changing and life-long.
"Throughout the engagement exercise, there has been an undertone from the government that although it is “ambitious” for our sector, there is no money around to deliver the strategy. The industrial strategy by contrast has been backed up by tens of billions in government spending through the creation of new investment funds and tax breaks."
"What I love most about the convention is challenge and debate. I attend with a view to not only learn, but to unlearn; to listen to other perspectives and question my own way of thinking and change bad habits.
"As fundraising director at Age UK, it is part of my job to interrogate all of our activities, but leadership is within fundraisers at all levels and everyone attending convention should see it as an opportunity to gain a new perspective and to influence change in your own organisations."
The charge, issued by the Information Commission’s Office (ICO), was delivered in response to the charity’s failure to secure the personal data of over 417,000 supporters when hackers entered the charity’s computer network by exploiting a weak password set by the account in 2009.
Future First CEO Matt Lent is new into post, but already has some big plans for the charity. He tells David Adams why alumni are so important to the education of others, and why partnerships will form a big part of the organisation’s future strategy.
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?