All news by: Nick Simkins

Charity Trustees - It’s a man’s world

During Trustees’ Week the important work that Charity Trustees do has, once again, come under the spotlight. New research – commissioned by the Office for Civil Society and the Charity Commission, and led by Cass Business School and the Cranfield Trust – found that charities need to do more to promote diversity on their Boards to reflect the communities they serve.

Charity Governance Code 2017

Governance has become a hot topic for the charity sector in recent years, in particular since the Kids Company collapse in 2015. In response, the Charity Governance Code has been updated and is aimed at encouraging higher standards of governance and leadership across the sector.

More fundraising changes afoot

In July 2016 the Fundraising Standards Board was replaced by the Fundraising Regulator following a government-commissioned report into the self-regulation of charity fundraising by Sir Stuart Etherington, Chair of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

More fundraising changes afoot

In July 2016 the Fundraising Standards Board was replaced by the Fundraising Regulator following a government-commissioned report into the self-regulation of charity fundraising by Sir Stuart Etherington, Chair of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
 

Brexit and its impact for charities

The Brexit decision has been hotly debated, with everyone evaluating how this will affect them. The charity and not-for-profit sector are amongst those who have spoken out over the past few days. In particular, they all want to ensure that their levels of funding can be protected to ensure their beneficiaries are supported, and that children and other vulnerable people continue to feel safe and secure.