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Remaking the State commission

Acevo has launched a new commission on the role that civil society should play in future public service delivery, and warned of a care deficit in public services.


Quotes wanted for production of Insight magazine

One East Midlands is looking for a designer to design and print 500 copies of the next issue of our “Insight” magazine. Previous issues of the magazine have been A4, full colour and 16 pages in length and we will supply all of the copy and all or most of the images required.

Free 0300 numbers for charities

Dial2Donate is offering free 0300 numbers to all UK registered charities, providing a way for charities to fall in line with Ofcom guidelines.


A better ask

Older donors will become more demanding and discriminating and fundraisers will have to work harder to gain their donations, A better ask, a new report by the Commission on the Voluntary Sector & Ageing predicts.


The Road Ahead 2014

Charities are likely to continue to face an environment of reduced public funding and rising poverty among beneficiaries well into the next Parliament, according to an NCVO report, entitled The Road Ahead 2014.

A Trusted Role

Trustees are getting too bogged down by the bureaucracy of a charity to address the big, strategic issues, a new report by the founder of nfpSynergy, entitled A Trusted Role.

HMRC online charity registration service name survey

HM Revenue & Customs has launched a survey to help decide what name to give its new online registration service for organisations qualifying as charities for tax purposes.

£1.5million grant fund to help charities take on social investment

A £1.5million grant fund to help charities demonstrate their impact and take on social investment has been launched by the Cabinet Office.

How community groups improve people’s lives

The existence of a million under-the-radar community groups that provide vital services and support could be in peril, according to the latest research from the Community Development Foundation.

What the public thinks of charities

The public are likely to perceive charities as large, national bodies, not involved in political issues and mainly funded by donations, according to a report published by think tank NPC.



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