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Cyber Essentials Certification

Give01Day has joined forces with the Government’s Cyber Streetwise campaign and the IASME Consortium to bring the new Cyber Essentials certification to all UK charities and help them operate safely online.

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Defra investment in ACRE Network

The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has confirmed that it will maintain its £2.3million investment in the ACRE Network for 2015/16.

What the public likes and dislikes about charities

How charities spend their money and what they do are more of a concern for the public than fundraising methods, according to a poll carried out by Ipsos Mori for the think tank NPC.
 

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Change for Good

Local infrastructure bodies in the social sector need to adapt to new technologies and find more creative ways of securing funding or risk being left behind, a Commission on the Future of Local Infrastructure report has found.

Whose Society? The final Big Society audit report

A study by the think tank Civil Exchange has found that the Big Society has failed, and the voluntary sector’s influence over government has been reduced.

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Charities with January deadline asked to file on time and online

The Charity Commission is urging charities with a 31 January deadline for accounts and annual returns to file on time and file online.

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ProHelp survey

Business in the Community, which manages the ProHelp programme in the East Midlands, is carrying out a survey as part of its review of how it can best deliver ProHelp beyond June 2015, when current funding contracts come to an end.

Charity IT Association provides free technology advice

Four IT organisations have pooled their resources to launch the Charity IT Association and provide free advice to medium-sized charities.

How the Charity Commission reports on its regulatory work

The Charity Commission has produced a policy paper that seeks to explain its reasons for proactively naming some charities that are subject to its regulatory interventions, but not all.

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Tool for third parties to submit charity accounts

The Charity Commission has launched a new digital tool to allow a third party, such as a charity’s accountant, to submit its accounts on the charity’s behalf.

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