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Some of the UK’s biggest charities are managing to grow their voluntary income despite the economic climate, the latest figures from Charity Finance’s Charity 100 Index show.

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An increase in the number of fundraising teams, coupled with a lack of commensurate growth in funding and philanthropy is leading to ‘fundraising bottlenecks’, a phenomenon identified by Arts Quarter’s...

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Financial Times former editor Sir Richard Lambert has been announced as chair of the Big Society Trust, which will oversee Big Society Capital’s activities so as to ensure that it...

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Barclays, the corporate trustee of the £319m National Fund created by an anonymous donor in 1927 to pay off the national debt, is in negotiations with the Charity Commission to...

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As The Tubney Charitable Trust prepares to close its doors in March 2012, it has published an honest, 'warts-and-all' account of the lessons it has learned over the last...

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Legacy10, a campaign to encourage individuals across the UK to pledge 10% of their estate to charity, launched last week (November 2) on the back of a tax incentive...

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Teenage pop idol Justin Bieber has been awarded for his philanthropy at the MTV Voices awards at the Europe Music Awards in Belfast this month.

The award is in recognition of...

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The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) estimates that voluntary and community groups will face a reduction in public funding of nearly £3bn over the spending review period 2011-2015....

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In a bid to improve public confidence in charities minister for Civil society Nick Hurd has asked Lord Hodgson to conduct a review of the Charities Act 2006.

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Independent philanthropy advisor and author Theresa Lloyd says charities are still not treating philanthropists with respect, failing to keep them informed or to thank them properly.

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