The Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) has seen a ‘sharp increase’ in donations, despite being subject to criticism from the Mail on Sunday over the weekend.
The charity was blasted by the tabloid paper for spending a portion of its income on lifesaving work internationally, as well as in and around the UK.
A trustee has been disqualified after failing to demonstrate how he had spent charitable funds raised and collected for the charity Team Syria.
The Charity Commission claimed the trustee had failed to adequately show what the funds collected by the unregistered charity were being spent on, amounting to misconduct and mismanagement.
A no-deal Brexit is not off the table and charities must make sure they prepare for it as a possible outcome, the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has warned.
The warning comes despite a new law, which requires Prime Minister Boris Johnson to delay Brexit if an agreement hasn't been reached.
The new chief executive of Heart Research UK talks to David Adams about life, luck and the joys of working for a small but vital charity.
Charity Times is calling for charity sector professionals to nominate up to two people who deserve to be among the sector’s 25 most influential leaders.
To celebrate its 25th anniversary this year, Charity Times is seeking to celebrate the success of the charity sector as a whole by asking readers to help identify the 25 most influential leaders within the sector.
Charity leaders have hit out at the Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend the UK parliament, saying the move undermines democracy and limits the voice of the voluntary sector.
Too many charity accounts, particularly those submitted by small voluntary sector organisations, are not being properly scrutinised by external examiners and auditors, according to a Charity Commission report.