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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.

Skills platform launched

Skills Platform, an online marketplace for training and personal development courses for charities and health organisations, was launched on 12 January.

2015 New Years’ Honours List

One East Midlands would like to congratulate to all those individuals in the East Midlands who were honoured in the 2014 New Years’ Honours List, especially those who were honoured for their services to communities, volunteering or charity work.

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Partnership Working Toolkit

As part of Compact Week 2014, Compact Voice announced the launch of their new practical guide, the Partnership Working Toolkit.

Charity Commission e-bulletin for umbrella bodies

The Charity Commission has launched an e-bulletin for umbrella bodies and capacity-building charities, entitled Network News.

SafeXmas

The Charity Commission has teamed up with the Fundraising Standards Board to encourage the public to give safely to charities this Christmas by remembering the ‘Safe Xmas’ acronym.

Average income of charities rises by 2.2 percent

The incomes of charities in England and Wales rose by an average of 2.2 percent last year, a report from the data provider Charity Financials shows.

Getting past the complexities of scaling social impact

Smaller charities can lack ambition and should consider scaling up in order to extend their work to more beneficiaries, according to a new paper from the charity think tank NPC.

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